Since I lost a bunch of posts about this when the site was taken down, but here’s the broad summary: Hybrid competition / lightweight hunting stock Removable weights in forend and butt for balance and recoil management Canted, sided grip for improved ergonomics Adjustable comb so you can actually remove the bolt / have other… Continue reading Rifle Stock P3
It appears the site was hacked in the last week – I’ve rolled it back to an old version and updated everything, but unfortunately this means some content is lost – mostly videos of the annealer, and some rifle stock updates. When I get around to it I’ll replace them (I do have back ups… Continue reading Rolled back
Few more issues to iron out, but we’re back. I’m behind on updates for the rifle stock too, so I’ll hopefully post up the new bits soon.
Progress is slowly creeping onwards – I’ve laminated the red beech blank together, ready to ship, and the CAD for the P2 prototype is just about finished. Here’s a brief summary of the improvements from P1 (top) to P2 (bottom) In tangentially related news, I’ll soon be adding the Ruger M77 hawkeye geometry as an… Continue reading P2 vs P1
I’ve decided to push ahead with a finished model of this – I don’t want to rig it, but a fully sculpted and resolved still will be fun. So, I get to experiment with poses and fiddle around to make the weight, intention and moment feel convincing. It’s tricky.
It’s amazing what no internet will do for doodling.
I’ve purged a whole bunch of crap from the site that wasn’t doing me any favours – a couple of pointless sections in the sidebar, as well as removing comments all over, as it was just attracting a lot of spam. Superthanks to atarashiicrane.co.nz/
Found some self portraits I took MANY years ago buried on a Flickr account I can no longer remember the password to…
I’ve reorganized my page as I totally hated the absolute mess of stuff that it used to be, and as such didn’t post anything to it. Hopefully the new blog layout will give me a better place to put up my sketches, as well as share them.