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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:41 am 
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Hey guys, I've been sending out acouple emails but it appears that quite afew of the more well known stock makers aren't building stocks anymore.


I was wondering if anyone could recommend someone whom might be willing to build a custom stock for my steyr lp50 pistol. I'd like to use my lp50 primarily as a carbine but would like the option of shooting it as a two handed ft/silhouette pistol. I was thinking a lg110 type pistol grip with a detachable light weight FT style shoulder stock that could be attached/detached from the bottom of the grip. If this is too impractical to build, I would also settle for an anatomical thumbhole type carbine stock.

heres a pic a a nice thumbhole stock built by Egon "Roar" Olsen...

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thanks, Gil


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 8:28 am 
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Contact Joe Hickey.... He made me an amazing one for my 2240 and im sure he could probably make you a custom one if you ask him nicely.... just do a search on this forum and you will see some of his work... very beautiful...hope this helps..


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 10:26 am 
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trickster2000 wrote:
Contact Joe Hickey.... He made me an amazing one for my 2240 and im sure he could probably make you a custom one if you ask him nicely.... just do a search on this forum and you will see some of his work... very beautiful...hope this helps..


Sorry, but due to some painful arthritis in my hands, I don't do stocks anymore. Im in the middle of making one for our SSP and its a real pain.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 9:47 pm 
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Very sorry to hear you're in pain and that we've lost your artistry, Joe.
Take care of yourself; I hear rumors that medicinal Mary Jane is very helpful.
Just a rumour, but I can vouch for it :wink:


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:57 am 
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Thats too bad Joe.... I still cherish the stock you built me and the ones you have had for sale and posted pics of.... its definitly one of a kind.... unfortunately I haven't been able to post pics but i will pretty soon once I figure out my camera and how to upload it....im definitely a fan of your work...


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:55 am 
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Very sorry to hear you're in pain and that we've lost your artistry, Joe.
Take care of yourself; I hear rumors that medicinal Mary Jane is very helpful.
Just a rumour, but I can vouch for it :wink:

I was quite a heavy pot smoker years ago, but can't stand the smell of it now. However once it becomes legal, and I can't handle the pain anymore, I may try it again.
I apologize to the poster for going off topic.

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How 'bout the smell of freshly baked brownies? :mrgreen:

Me too -- apologise for going off topic, that is.


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