LC Smith Shotgun


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Woodheater
March 13, 2013, 12:26 PM
My first post and I am seeking some advice. I have built rifle stocks from scratch, a walnut plank into a full length stock for a 6.5 x 55 Swede, an Enfield, a Springfield. Pretty straightforward, now I am attempting a partially inletted stock for a LC Smith double barrel and it is a challenge to keep both locks at an equal depth. If anyone has hints, suggestions or experiences in doing this I would appreciate all the help I can get. The stock that was on the shotgun when I bought it at auction had been spliced together with a contrasting piece of wood, maple to walnut. It was not well done, but it was functional. Nothing like bringing an old piece back to some of its former glory. No I did not ruin a collectible military rifle by "customizing" it, they had suffered from someone elses hands. Thought I had better clarify my earlier statement as to why I restocked the rifles.:)

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loose noose
March 13, 2013, 12:53 PM
Ya might try the Gunsmithing section of this forum for your answers.

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