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So, I sandwiched together a few 3/4'' sheets of foam and spent the past couple hours carving this out. Still needs a cheek piece to be carved and the trigger opening to be finished being dug out. Worth glassing over and putting something in it or just toss aside and consider as a fun experience?

Liked the look of Sako Finnfire's or Tikka Master Sporters. Mainly were I got the curves of this from.
 

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Since it is the dense insulation foam, with the epoxy that is holding the sandwhich together, it's already strong enough as is to not break in half.
 

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After some cloth and glass, it will be far more durable than any of the bondo jobs seen.
 

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Eh, I decided to just throw it away. I might make another based on actual measurements instead of, "Yea that looks about right" type work.
 

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That is an awesome idea man.

I must be honest...... I am going to steal that idea and make one or two of my own
I would really like to see if I can make a Sako TRG stock for my TM L96.

Wanko you are full of great ideas!
 

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Well I am going to be taking in the skins from a Tanaka AICS that I am getting here soon, into work with me and I am going to get the skins vacuum formed. So I can use them as a mold and see what I can't come up with.

We use many high density foams here at my shop, and I have been told that I can use some of it when needed. So this is going to give me a ton of ideas, as well as shapes to use. I am planning on using the plain L96 form, and then go from there ;)
 
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