change poi

Discussion in 'Trapshooting Forum - Americantrapshooter.com' started by gwphunt, Mar 8, 2021.

  1. gwphunt

    gwphunt Member

    can you change your poi to the right, without an adjustable comb? ( fixed stock )
     
  2. wpt

    wpt Forum Leader Forum Leader Founding Member

    Bend the barrel ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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  3. rrisum

    rrisum Mega Poster

    Good wood rasp -- Seen it down in the middle of a shoot.
     
  4. nickthanos

    nickthanos Active Member

    You can send it in & have the stock bent. Pretty sure any stock maker can do it. Larry Wehinger in Monroe, Wi has done three for me. Nice work & they stayed bent. Don't know if he still does them.
     
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  5. 635 G

    635 G Elite Poster

    If the barrels are chromed, I was told they can't be bent
     
  6. 635 G

    635 G Elite Poster

    also, if the gun has choke tubes Briley can make eccentric chokes
     
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  7. Dave S

    Dave S Active Member

    Instead of bending the stock get a adjustable comb installed.
     
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  8. icyclefar

    icyclefar Member

    Facial plastic surgery, why mess with a perfectly good gun.
     
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  9. gwphunt

    gwphunt Member

    thanks everyone for the suggestions
     
  10. nickthanos

    nickthanos Active Member

    I agree, adjustable comb is a good idea, providing you can get your face into the gun below the comb, I could not, and even with the adjustable comb, the stock was too thick to get me face into the gun. Bending the stock did what I needed.
     
  11. dr.longshot

    dr.longshot Grudge Match Champion Forum Leader Founding Member Grudge Match Champion

    Buy a heat lamp and several WOOD CLAMPS, adnd some various thickness of wood, and water put on towels to wrap the stock and clamp it down on work bench, I have done several and it works, last one was my CG. Took a week doing it slowly, It stayed. I posted pictures doing it
    several years ago when I lived in Lancaster, Ohio. Mat'l cost $50.00

    GB...................................................DLS
     
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  12. Flyersarebest

    Flyersarebest Moderator Forum Leader Founding Member

    Mineral oil.
    I’ll post the article later about how mike orlen did it.
     
  13. Flyersarebest

    Flyersarebest Moderator Forum Leader Founding Member

    The below paragraph was copied from a long article and is just a small excerpt . You can use the "google machine" to find more info.

    Search: "What type of oil to bend stocks"

    "Once after reading an article about stock bending, I decided to email its author (Michael McIntosh) and ask him what oil he and gunsmith David Trevallion used. He had referred to the oil as a “secret blend” and of course I wondered what that might be. To level the field, I divulged my “secret blend” (Canola oil). Admitting that cooking oil would no doubt work, he suggested that olive oil might make the gunshop smell a good deal better. One popular choice is mineral oil. It is very stable and has a very high smoke point."
     
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  14. 635 G

    635 G Elite Poster

    also mineral oil is stable and will not get rancid, we use mineral oil to seal our granite sink
     
  15. Mike Poore

    Mike Poore Active Member

    I used Thos Bland & Son at Woodcock Hill, Bolton, PA to bend a fairly thick stock on a Browning 525 sporting. It was a fitting session using a try stock, range time & involved shortening and bending my stock. It was a day well spent.
     
  16. dr.longshot

    dr.longshot Grudge Match Champion Forum Leader Founding Member Grudge Match Champion

    1ST THINGS 1ST, do your beads line up for you, one behind the other with a figure 8?

    GB.....................................DLS