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#593369 03/04/2021 11:51 PM
by Borderbill
Borderbill
I need some cast off on this Rizzini br550 but the grain in the wrist scares me. The photos show the 16 yd. pattern plate with a 3 to 4 inch to the left pattern and 3 views of the wrist. The question is should I consider bending for cast off, relieving the cheek area of the stock or a bit of both? We're probably talking about 3/16 to 1/4 of cast or relieve. Any thoughts?
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#593510 Mar 7th a 06:13 PM
by KY Jon
KY Jon
Friend had the same issue a couple years ago. I suggested he build it up and see how much it moved in the wrong direction. What he found out was that when he built it up 1/4" it moved about three to four inches. So he looked at shaving it down 1/4" and decided not to do it. It would have cupped it out. The height was fine and he might even had ended up with a lower comb he figured. Had it been too high he might have tried it. So down the road that gun went but at least it was unmolested. Too many are not.
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