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    Wow, I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randy_68 View Post
    I had it cerakoted in tungsten grey with graphite black accents and finished it off with a Boyd's grey laminate stock.
    That's a great look! No sling swivels?
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    I added sling swivels after the pic was taken. Also installed this nice gray and black paracord sling.
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    How much weight did it add?

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    Beautiful gun. Love that grey laminate.

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    Wow, how much "grinding" to get the stocks to fit are we talking about here I'm tempted to get a set of those stocks for my 44mag project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazer View Post
    Wow, how much "grinding" to get the stocks to fit are we talking about here I'm tempted to get a set of those stocks for my 44mag project.
    on the bottom of the grip maybe 1/8" - 3/16" for about 2" along the curve of the lower tang. The inside of it just took a little sanding and fitting. It wasn't much. The top fits pretty good and needs no work. The forearm snapped on and is tight with no wiggle. It may be too tight tho as it doesn't group as good now as it did before with the loose forearm on it. I'm going to do the final fitting next week while I'm on vacation.
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    Very nice look with that stock and cerakote
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    Quote Originally Posted by randy_68 View Post
    on the bottom of the grip maybe 1/8" - 3/16" for about 2" along the curve of the lower tang. The inside of it just took a little sanding and fitting. It wasn't much. The top fits pretty good and needs no work. The forearm snapped on and is tight with no wiggle. It may be too tight tho as it doesn't group as good now as it did before with the loose forearm on it. I'm going to do the final fitting next week while I'm on vacation.
    Did you work on the wood fit on vacation, or did you do something worthless like spend time with loved ones or or go somewhere interesting?? DP
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    A unique 336 that looks great and a job well done. I like it!

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