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12 Bore Dbbl Gun Fitting instructions

1. File the face of the grip at 90 Degrees to the grip side as shown in fig. B using a right angle "Gunia".

2. Bend and adjust the angle of the Gun body "Chule" to match the angle of the stock as seen in Fig. A. The angle of the Stock at X is approximately 80.

3. Measure the width of the stock at X and at Y, of the gun body at S & T (Fig.A). The size at X cannot be increased and this stock can be used in guns having size S less than size X. The size Y can be increased to match the size of Gun body at T by inserting a tapered wooden or preferably metallic plate (so that it is reused) at Y so that the stock stretches and the size increases to match the size Y.

4. Then this stock with the insert in place is boiled in plain water and rapidly cooled. The insert is removed on cooling and it will be seen that the fibre sets permanently to the new position.

5. The top cavity at AA' in Fig. B of the stock may be shaped by the help of chisel and finished by file for fitting the Dbbl Body. Similarly seat the lower portion of trigger-guard in the lower cavity of the stock.

6. Fibre stock is very easy to chisel and for fine chiseling, continuous pressure on the chisel will cut the material, unlike in wood which has to worked as per the grain flow.

7. During seating of the body in stock, the fibre stock should be held in vice with a wooden insert, so that jaws of vice do not damage the stock.

8. Drill a 8mm or 3/8" hole in the stock at 'E' and 4mm hole FG (Fig. A) to fit screw for holding gun body and the stock. The head of the screw will rest at G.

 

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