Support Our Sponsors! Click On Their Banner To Visit Their Site!


Moderators: nmhunter
Go
New
Find
Notify
Tools
Reply
  
Center grip for Remington(s) Login/Join 



Picture of Gator T/C
posted
Brad

This message has been edited. Last edited by: Gator T/C,


------------------------------
Contender 22LR, 17MachII, 17HMR, .223(SSK), 6mm Gator, 6TCU, 6mmJDJ(Van Horn), 25x47(Coyote), 6.5 JDJ(SSK), 7x47(SSK),308 Bellm, .338 SSK Woodswalker (2),358 Bellm, 375Win, 375 JDJ(SSK), 45/70(SSK), 45/70 (VanHorn), 50-70(SSK)
Encore .243, 7mm–08, 300WM(15-1/4"), 50-90(MGM, 14"), 50–110 (MGM), .50ML(16")
XP-100 .223, .223AI, 6mm204Imp, .243AI, 6BR
XP-7 .223,.243,.300Blackout, .300RSAUM
XP-700SA .22LR, .243
XP-700LA .25/06, .270AI, .300WM,.338 Lapua, .510 Whisper
 
Posts: 1244 | Location: Gainesville, Fl | Registered: January 01, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of Gator T/C
posted Hide Post
Brad

This message has been edited. Last edited by: Gator T/C,


------------------------------
Contender 22LR, 17MachII, 17HMR, .223(SSK), 6mm Gator, 6TCU, 6mmJDJ(Van Horn), 25x47(Coyote), 6.5 JDJ(SSK), 7x47(SSK),308 Bellm, .338 SSK Woodswalker (2),358 Bellm, 375Win, 375 JDJ(SSK), 45/70(SSK), 45/70 (VanHorn), 50-70(SSK)
Encore .243, 7mm–08, 300WM(15-1/4"), 50-90(MGM, 14"), 50–110 (MGM), .50ML(16")
XP-100 .223, .223AI, 6mm204Imp, .243AI, 6BR
XP-7 .223,.243,.300Blackout, .300RSAUM
XP-700SA .22LR, .243
XP-700LA .25/06, .270AI, .300WM,.338 Lapua, .510 Whisper
 
Posts: 1244 | Location: Gainesville, Fl | Registered: January 01, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of Hoggin
posted Hide Post
When are you planning to produce these?
 
Posts: 4009 | Location: Newcastle, WY | Registered: January 24, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of Gator T/C
posted Hide Post
HaHa, not sure that I am (yet). I am seeing how hard it is to get them built right now. My little 3-D printer will only print a 4"x4"x4" part so it is rather tedious at the moment. Now if I had access to a 5-Axis CNC we could have some fun! I am going out of town in morning for ten days so I will not be able to comment or reply much after tonight. My daughter is rowing at Nationals in Sacramento! My thoughts are it will be easy to procure the Carbon fiber tube. The AR trigger either surface or direct mount need to be aluminum to bear directly on the recoil lug. The stock can be wood, fiberglass, plastic or aluminum since it is almost purely cosmetic except for attaching a bipod and I had an idea for that too.

Brad


------------------------------
Contender 22LR, 17MachII, 17HMR, .223(SSK), 6mm Gator, 6TCU, 6mmJDJ(Van Horn), 25x47(Coyote), 6.5 JDJ(SSK), 7x47(SSK),308 Bellm, .338 SSK Woodswalker (2),358 Bellm, 375Win, 375 JDJ(SSK), 45/70(SSK), 45/70 (VanHorn), 50-70(SSK)
Encore .243, 7mm–08, 300WM(15-1/4"), 50-90(MGM, 14"), 50–110 (MGM), .50ML(16")
XP-100 .223, .223AI, 6mm204Imp, .243AI, 6BR
XP-7 .223,.243,.300Blackout, .300RSAUM
XP-700SA .22LR, .243
XP-700LA .25/06, .270AI, .300WM,.338 Lapua, .510 Whisper
 
Posts: 1244 | Location: Gainesville, Fl | Registered: January 01, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of Hoggin
posted Hide Post
I am more than willing to help refine one once we have working prototypes.
 
Posts: 4009 | Location: Newcastle, WY | Registered: January 24, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post


030423



Picture of Sawfish
posted Hide Post
Good luck to your daughter, and her team. More priceless memories for the years ahead.


------------------------------
Good Shooting Makes Good Hunting
NRA Patron Member, FTRA Member;
Life Member SCI, NAHH, RMEF, and NSRPA; HHI Member #7108, Member CBA, NSSF

"A man can never have too much red wine, too many good books, or too much ammunition."
Rudyard Kipling
 
Posts: 3510 | Location: Peoples Republic of Kalifornia | Registered: March 13, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post


120322



posted Hide Post
Very Impressive
Like your thinking, great idea
Hope your daughter does well

DAN
 
Posts: 744 | Location: San Jose CA | Registered: November 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of Leupold Man
posted Hide Post
They look good!


---------------------------------
Veteran and NRA Life Member
 
Posts: 2724 | Location: Waterloo Wisconsin | Registered: October 22, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
Fine job Brad, I can see the amount of thinking that has gone into this project so far. Best of luck to your daughter in the rowing contest.

Jon

This message has been edited. Last edited by: Iowa Fox,
 
Posts: 1612 | Location: East Central Iowa | Registered: December 29, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
Great job. I like the AR grip but wonder how well your trigger finger fits with this arrangement, length of reach and angle? It looks like maybe your finger would have to angle up to reach the trigger.
One of these stocks made out of aluminum would be pretty cool.


Mike
 
Posts: 128 | Location: Petoskey, MI | Registered: April 11, 2016Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of captain John
posted Hide Post
Outstanding!


IHMSA Industry Director
IHMSA Region 5 Director
Minnesota State IHMSA Director
IHMSA 39199Life
NRA life Member
 
Posts: 416 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: August 18, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post



Picture of TXBRASS
posted Hide Post
VERY nice work. Going to follow this closely. Thank you for taking on this project. Anything to further the world of SP's is a great and appreciated step.


CW
**********************
Get your W-GEAR shooting accessories NOW!
SP Scabbards, Rear Rest Bags, Ammo Bracelets, Front Rest Bags, & more...
Made in USA with a LIFETIME warranty!



www.codyweiser.com



- SHORT STICK BANG GANG -
 
Posts: 1227 | Location: SHINER, TX | Registered: September 30, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
Do they make solid 2 !/2 or 3 inch thick carbon fiber? After reading the post I started looking but do not see any. Is carbon fiber what Neal Cooper was using in his laminated strip of his stocks?

Jon
 
Posts: 1612 | Location: East Central Iowa | Registered: December 29, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
Very interesting, Brad. It's obvious you've put a lot of thought into the project. I'll also be following your project as it progresses. thumbup


Good luck and good hunting.
 
Posts: 1674 | Location: Springhill, LA | Registered: November 16, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
A solid carbon fiber block would be very expensive to make. The materials alone would kill a guy
 
Posts: 2754 | Location: AK | Registered: March 13, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
You do not want solid carbon fiber, way too hard and heavy and a pain to machine. Skinned over for stiffness would be great.

Larry
 
Posts: 1259 | Location: Dallas, TX | Registered: November 09, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post



posted Hide Post
carbon fiber skinned over balsa wood to keep it light. not being a design engineer that might be a bad idea. I have used balsa wood in rifle stocks to stiffen the for ends on flimsy stocks. they use a skin over balsa wood in the floor of corvettes to add strength and rigidity and keep the weight down.
 
Posts: 57 | Location: missouri | Registered: December 24, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post


082222



Picture of Arrowflinger
posted Hide Post
I wonder how Delrin would work? I have machined Archery products out of black and white delrin and it works well. Just a thought.
Derek >>>-------->
 
Posts: 901 | Location: Bay Area California | Registered: April 19, 2016Reply With QuoteReport This Post
  Powered by Social Strata  
 


© Specialty Pistols 2003 - 2021 All Rights Reserved.
All Material Contained Here Is Protected And May NOT Be Reproduced,
Copied or Distributed, in any form, Without Written Permission.
"Specialty Pistols", "Specialty Pistols Bulletin Board" and
"Specialty Pistol Gear" are Trademarks of
Accurate Arms & Ammo, LLC.