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Designing a Biathlon Rifle Stock Stop March 21, 2010

Posted by Ruzter in Part Design.
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I was asked if I could make a “stock stop” for a biathlon rifle. Here is the original.

Designing the tool paths (the path the cutter takes) is always a challenge. I have started to using several software tools and sometimes good old Excel.

Here is what the tool path looks like:

The final part will be made of hardwood or UHMW.

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1. berserk - March 21, 2010

What is a sling stop?

Ruzter - March 22, 2010

it attaches to the stock on a rail and to the sling. It positions where your forward hand is, I think. I will have to see how the piece is used once I finish!


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