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FYI,I ran across this stockmaker in Warsaw,MO.Believe it`s either the old Fajen or Bishop company,but they have XP center grip stocks,looks like a close copy of the HS stock,made from walnut for $100..Ordered one this morning..Had them in stock..


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Cayle
 
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I am curious as to how much fitting is required. Nice lookin' stock.


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Ive looked at them before. Only thing I've ever heard from them though is their reviews seem to be hit or miss.
 
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Price seems good!!! Let us know how you like it.


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Cayle,

Scot (Paperpuncher) got one and seems to like it. maybe he'll chime in.

Link to XP stock story

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Cayle you know we will be waiting for pictures from start to finish.
 
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They offer it in left hand?

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I got one last year....this was my first ever attempt. You'll have to some sanding
and there is some inlet to do to get a proper fit. I did bed the action, also first time ever doing this. I enjoyed the whole experience.... And can consistently shoot quarter groups or better at 100 yards......something about doing a project and seeing the end results. I did make a few mistake but that's how we learn and as you stated for $100 you can built a nice stock, in my opinion. It does resemble a HS stock. Let us know your thoughts......i did use inletting ink which helped me see the high spots. Have fun.

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got the stock 2 days ago..now this is one of the roughest semi finished stocks I have ever got.And there is no provisions for the rear action screw.It`s not a problem for me as I`ve got the lathe and mill,for the novice it will be a problem.About 3/4 up the forend it looks like they glued a lighter piece of wood on,as it`s a straight line all the way across forend,from light wood to dark.So `ill be starting on it in a day or so..Maybe that's why they call it an XP sample stock.. ohboy


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