Love the beavertail forearm on your carbine!
My fun gun has stock from Fajen Reinhardt's original design,. Haus of Arms now produces them in a variety of laminate schemes.
It's called a 'push-pull' or big shot furniture. I also use it as a miniature rifle at time with a light recoiling round such as 22 Hornet.
I really got hooked on all the wildcats that the contender can handle.
Here's a design that haunted my dreams for years until I whittled it out and bolted it up. I had seen it a decade or so ago and never could forget it's low, English line, as a thumbhole design. Walnut material used. This barrel has been re-chambered in 222 Remington Magnum Improved by Bellm.
The optics allow the barrel to shoot better than I can. Groups have been unmeasurable as they appear as one hole.
Definitely worthy of depiction in your avatar
Looks like a nice rendition of a Thompson sub-machine gun... except with a pistol grip.
You build some nice stuff.
How many rounds does that magazine hold?
I bought a 10" barrel chambered in 30 Herrett off Ebay because it was threaded already.
Picked up a 'fake' can and ventilated it, mounted it, pinned it to comply, and whittled a forearm outta spalted sycamore and the buttstock outta maple.
Total outlay = $ 170 and about 30 hours.
I ain't bashful but I've got a lot of other places to be.
I'm working to get the Gunner gang higher up on my go-to list.
I dig your casual attitudes and your welcoming ways.
Maybe with the weather warming I'll get to shoot more and have more to discuss with you.
North Country gal,
Your tastes are exquisite.
I got bit by the wildcat bug long ago and now build most of what I shoot, ammo-wise.
You must be a feisty one to hand the beastie Encore, I feel the contender is a handful.
Thanks for sharing,