|This section is to display custom stocks built by craftsmen from the airgunning community, some running commercial operations and some DIY hobbiest.|
|Michael Chavka Discovery Stock|
|This is another custom laminate stock from one of my favorite custom stock makers. It is a sibling to the stock he built for my Marauder.|
|Corsair .308 Kentucky Long Rifle|
|Jim Chapmans Corsair Kentucky Long Rifle; the stock was made by Brian Beck. I felt the long lines of the corsair would be the perfect platform for a traditional long rifle inspired stock, and my hunting buddy Brian (who's making some great stocks) steped up to try his hand at it. I love the results! Probably needs more traditional sites|
|Jim Chapmans Dressed up Crosmans|
|The Marauder (top) wears a laminated stock built by Michael Chavka and the Discovery is a c1 style stock built by James Linthicum in a nicely figured piece of walnut, They are as different as night and day, but both frit the guns and intended use perfectly. I'd like to get the C1 style stock on a number of my guns, it's the fastest shouldering gun (for me) and I really need on for a big bore.|
|Tofazfou's Corsair .308|
|Tofazfou bought this stock from Richards Microfit and finished it up himself. A nicely shaped thumbhole and pistol grip with beautiful figurinbg to the wood, make this gun both functional and good to look at.
This gun is shooting 45 grain round ball at 85 fpe, and looks like a great predator hunting gun. The Corsair is becoming a popular platform for a big bore platform for customization, and is designed to utilize the aftermarket stocks for the popular QB 78 guns.
|Ron Woodruffs Corsair .308|
|Another custom stock on the Adeventures in Airguns Corsair.308 action. The beaurtiful gray laminate stock is a Richards Microfit stock, and is just about perfect on this gun. It was a smart move to keep the Corsairs dimensions consistent with the QB 78.|
|Nomadic Pirates Marauder|
|Manny modified the stock off his original Marauder, rermoving materian from the grip and forestock, sanding out the checkering and branded Crosman logo, then refinishing.
This project shows that the wood used by crosman under the production stain is nicely figured and the finish on this rifle really brings it to life.
The Marauder is a great gun, and I really like the idea of making the best out of what you have, this is an excellent example.
|Chris Martins HW 50 S|
|Chris says " Here is an HW 50 S, tuned by RFM in .177. The piece of wood and the shroud became available on the Y.F within 2 weeks of my receiving the gun back from Rich. The wood was only about 90 % inletted and unfinished when I got it"|