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#606828 11/23/2021 2:23 PM
by Travis S
Travis S
I have refurbished a 16ga elector field grade flues and replacing the stock was part of the project.

I have the gun fully assembled with all but one of the screws in. Currently the stock is tight in all the places that need be but the last screw hole I need to drill and screw to be placed is the main top strap screw.

My concern is that if I do this wrong it may pull the frame away from the wood inletting versus pulling it into the wood inletting.

Am I over thinking this or are there things I need to consider?

This is the last step to finishing this project.

Many thanks and a happy Thanksgiving to all.
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#607013 Nov 25th a 04:48 PM
by Travis S
Travis S
This is a gun I plan on keeping and shooting so I am going with the bushing on the bottom of the wood plan. Thanks again for all the input. You guys are the best.

Happy thanksgiving.
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