Finished custom gunstocks from $430!
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We do amazing stock repairs. Stocks that are broken in two we pin back together with milled aluminum joiners and/or steel rods. Our gunstock repairs are typically invisible and much stronger than original. Most repairs average $100-$200
On average airgunners seem to feel that a custom stock that costs in the range of the value of the action to twice the value of the action is worth doing. So for example, if an action that has a value of $600, then a custom stock for it might be worth doing in the range of $600-$1200.
A FT stock for an action that is worth about $600, with $800 worth of adjustable hardware added on, $200 for a tuner and a $120 spring kit adds up to about $1720 invested in the action means a custom FT stock and all the labor that goes into mounting the hardware that might price out at about $2000 is in the range of acceptability.
At the low end of the spectrum, a custom stock can't cost less than $430 carving fee + $50 for a piece of wood = $480, so pretty much any action that's retail value is less than ~$500 is probably not worth the investment in a custom stock. There are of course exceptions. One can today buy an HW95 for $300 from a particular vendor, but that action actually has higher value, and we all know it. The HW95 is entirely worthy of a custom stock, in fact demands it because of the child sized simple stock it comes with.
Also, the RWS34 is an affordable action, largely because it comes with a cheap stock. Many people love the action, and despite it's low investment value, is still worthy of a custom stock.
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