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Mark, that maple is hard but NXT is my HW97k and I have a blank of

March 6 2017 at 10:51 PM

Paul Porch  (Login paulporch)

Response to No problem Paul, and....

marblewood. It is called the tool breaker! It is super dense and hard. It dulls power tools and bits. It is pretty though. I just made a grip and cheek piece for my Steyr competion rifle. Made it to fit me personally. It is a different style then most. I will post a pic from the laptop in a few...

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  • Steyr pics - Paul Porch on Mar 6, 2017, 10:58 PM
On line trajectory calc by Brad Troyer MILDOTS


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