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    Stiffening a fore end.

    I have been thinking about the C14 Timberwolf in the Macmillan stock. On the fore end of the stock, there is a sleeve. Here's a picture (shamelessly copied from an EE ad);



    I am assuming that this was done by Macmillan to stiffen the fore end. Does anyone know if this is the case? I have an idea to do the same thing to a Sako factory stock to stiffen the fore end.

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    not sleeve, flushmount cups for slings

    http://dev.mcmillanusa.com/product/f...unt-base-cups/

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    Yeah, I now see that. I never knew what a flush cup was. At least I'm not getting ridiculed on GOC as opposed to the responses on cgn.

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    I guess we both learned something new today, never seen or heard of them before.
    Really cool though, I love the idea of a QD that is actually Q to D.
    Leaving no pokey out bits is a nice bonus.
    Don't blame me, I didn't vote for that clown. Oct 20, '15

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    Learn something every day...….. unless you are in the club of smart ones that know everything. I don't qualify for the club.

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