when you get the time please post a photo, I have access to an mill but need to get a better idea on how to set it up to do what you did. I have some nice walnut that is now dry and reddy for the mill. muttman
I just luv me some stripped wood! Beautiful job!
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I'm overcome by jealousy. I've refinished a couple of WASR stocks and was proud of my work until I saw your results.
I'm not forgetfull.
I've just learned so much that my brain's full.
may I ask what did the cured blanks cost you great wood for any gun Kim
may I ask what did the cured blanks cost you great wood for any gun also what kind of optics on that one just your plain jane rec psl type Kim
Very nice, What magazine is that?
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Sorry for the delay but it has been quite awile since I've logged on here.
I still don't have a picture of the jig I used. I don't have a camera right now.
To answer a few other questions.
The wood cost me about $20 for the two foot long chunk. You can see the piece (minus the pieces cut out for the stock) in the first picture.
The scope is a garden variety PSO 4x scope, but it has the AA battery can.
The mag is a 12 round Galil 308 mag. It needs a total rework to function in the Saiga. Front and rear catches are wrong. It needs a feed ramp installed and quite a bit of material needs to be ground off. Not a practical conversion unless you like metal working.