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    Inlet gun stock

    Who do I go to for this, bought a boyd's that was uninlet and need to get this setup for a Ruger American. Any recommendations welcome.

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    Originally posted by TeXXaN View Post
    Who do I go to for this, bought a boyd's that was uninlet and need to get this setup for a Ruger American. Any recommendations welcome.

    Any reputable rifle builder should be able to do it. If your in Alaska I don’t know of any up there. If you are willing to ship the options are endless.


    Sierracharlie out....

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      #3
      I’d bet it’s cheaper to buy the same stock already inletted than just paying a smith to inlet it.

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        #4
        Originally posted by TX03RUBI View Post
        I’d bet it’s cheaper to buy the same stock already inletted than just paying a smith to inlet it.
        That is what I was thinking.

        But yeah any gunsmith should be able to inlet a stock.

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          #5
          That is what I figured, I think some with the fancy cnc wood drilling machine could do it. Just trying to figure out all the angles. I may just use a drill press and do it the old fashion way slowly.

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            #6
            If it were me, I would contact Boyd's, and ask them if I could send it back and get it cut for the rifle that I want to put it on. They sell those stocks cheaply already cut for whatever rifle. They definitely have a system down, where it's very quick and easy to finish each blank for a given rifle type. Probably be the quickest, easiest way to get it done.

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              #7
              Originally posted by TeXXaN View Post
              That is what I figured, I think some with the fancy cnc wood drilling machine could do it. Just trying to figure out all the angles. I may just use a drill press and do it the old fashion way slowly.
              Now your talking. Be sure to lay out a center line.

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                #8
                Originally posted by RifleBowPistol View Post
                If it were me, I would contact Boyd's, and ask them if I could send it back and get it cut for the rifle that I want to put it on. They sell those stocks cheaply already cut for whatever rifle. They definitely have a system down, where it's very quick and easy to finish each blank for a given rifle type. Probably be the quickest, easiest way to get it done.
                Bingo! And probably the quickest way too.

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                  #9
                  I did ask them right off the bat, for some reason they said they wouldnt do it. I will just copy the stock rifle stock inleting in to this boyds. I for sure thought they would do it also.

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