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16 Mar 2015 17:19 #21 by Throwingbrick
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From my experience just plain old boiled linseed oil and rag and keep rubbing it in over the stage of a few weeks until the wood doesn't absorb any more or leech any out.

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16 Mar 2015 18:30 #22 by Aushunter
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Looks great Mark, now to do a full length glass bedding job to finish it off B)

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16 Mar 2015 18:38 #23 by leverhappy
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Tru Oil looks great if you have the patience for 8-10 coats
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28 Mar 2015 14:34 #24 by Pitty
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Finished Jaffa Laminate.








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28 Mar 2015 21:40 #25 by NoFerals
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Noice !, very Noice ! ;)

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29 Mar 2015 00:04 - 29 Mar 2015 00:08 #26 by tktuff
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Kinda looks like a truform bearer

From bigriver timber website:

Specification: Available in 95 x 47, 95 x 65 and 150 x 77 end sections and comes in increments of 600mm from 2.4m to 6m.
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29 Mar 2015 14:45 #27 by DropBear
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Well done mate!.. that's a bloody awesome job... :woohoo:

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03 Apr 2015 08:02 - 03 Apr 2015 15:27 #28 by Right Said Fred
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Gday all , 3 pieces of 20mm thick F17 ply.Fred B)

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03 Apr 2015 15:40 #29 by Right Said Fred
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Glued together ,shaped and finished with British paints satin clear polyurethane.Barrel and action is AnschutzMSR.22rf.

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03 Apr 2015 15:56 - 03 Apr 2015 16:37 #30 by Right Said Fred
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I trust this one will load. Fred B)

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03 Apr 2015 22:45 #31 by madmax
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Love your work Fred! A very nice practical shape I reckon. What methods of shaping do you use? I like the choice of ply, great to get strength through the pistol grip area and F17 is a nice grade for good laminations and lack of defects. Are they walnut blanks as well?

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06 Apr 2015 09:19 #32 by Right Said Fred
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Gday madmax,i think you can get this ply in a hardwood.All hand tools, wood rasps,spokeshave,hand plane ,chisels then rough sand paper and work down to the fine stuff.When it '' looks right "then its time to stop. Fred B)

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06 Apr 2015 11:13 #33 by NoFerals
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One of the best tools for doing the rough stuff outlines and does it easy is an angle grinder fitted with various grades of sanding emery disks.
NO !, not a 9 inch grinder :silly: just a plain old 4 " inch or 125 mm with a rubber back plate will do it quickly.
Do NOT press too hard or you clog up the papers and waste them too quickly and you will burn your wood (blacken the surface ).
Gently and light pressure it beats the hell out of removing timber with any hand tools short of a mill or a planing router bed tool (costs heaps).
Once the basic hacking is done then go to finer papers / then finish by hand.
Definitely use a dust mask and ventilation to blow the dust away from your self as many woods have glues /resins in them and it will burn in your eyes like any fine dust does.
Not good to breath it in either.
Sick (envy ) of watching bloke produce these really nice custom jobs its on my list of things to do in my spare time so I can custom build my own just because ?? /will try native timbers as well.
All up very nice work here.

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