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NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walther

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#1 NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walther

Fri Jan 06, 2017 6:26 pm

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#2 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walt

Fri Jan 06, 2017 6:33 pm

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#3 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walt

Mon Jan 09, 2017 11:50 am

"INDIVIDUAL PRODUCT" ... :?:

but IMHO its a test mule as it's prepped before going into mass production ; would be insane and prohibitive to make 1 off , custom & specific alutec stock for any top20 world 10m shooter on request...

...besides, the pictures are of 2 different shooters using the same stock :lol:
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#4 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walt

Mon Jan 09, 2017 6:51 pm

Looks like two stocks used by two shooters, notice cut away at reg on top not on bottom two piccies where its tapered.
Unless modded after the bottom picky, cant put metal back on.

Fixing to stock done right would be the two clamps on to barrel sleeve only attached to forend. Means rear free to flex not good for scoped rifles.

Notice trigger finger in straight line and natural not pointing in to fresh air often seen by guru stockers.

Just noticed no wonder the bottom geezas having problems the stocks made neutral for left and right hand with no cast off a necessity. Suspect reason for no cast off is one stock one part for both left and right just a change of grip as other producers have done and don't work. Think the one lad has figured that out with pad opposite direction to get the rear end in to chest more.
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#5 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walt

Tue Jan 10, 2017 7:26 am

Bottom two pictures look like they were taken at different times, as the second pic has weight added using sticky tape to both the fore end and back of the stock.

Experimental prototypes?
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#6 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walt

Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:03 pm

Jon is right - didnt notice but as Jon said - those are 2 different stocks indeed...
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#7 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walther

Fri Aug 04, 2017 1:15 pm

...in retrospect...I have a better idea now why these prototypes came about..

Bottom line ? no more wood stocks at all ...see Page4 - JPG attached to illustrate...

As TenMeterPeter says - "I wonder what the 2017 diagram will actually look like ?" - which then perhaps explain why these prototypes came into being...


Read here if you want: http://targettalk.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=53308

Summary of ISSF 2017 Rules Changes

Summary prepared by Gary Anderson, gary.anderson@issf-sports.org based on 2017-2020 ISSF Rules approved by the ISSF Administrative Council on 30 June 2016.

1. Hearing Protection. Athletes and coaches may wear only sound reducing, but not sound enhancing, devices. Competition officials may wear sound enhancing devices.

2. Communication Devices. Athletes may not have mobile phones, other hand-held communication devices or wrist-worn devices on the firing line.

3. Blinders. Rifle and pistol athletes may no longer wear side blinders. A 30 mm front blinder and/or a 30 mm blinder on the rear sight continue to be permitted.

4. Single Position Finals. The Final is increased from 20 to 24 shots. The first two 3-shot series are increased to 5-shot series. The 5-shot series have 250-second time limits. Eliminations begin after the 12th shot and continue after every two shots until the gold and silver medal winners are decided after 24 shots.

5. Single Position Finals. The Preparation and Sighting Time is reduced from eight (8) to five (5) minutes.

6. Three-Position Finals. No change.

7. Rifle Sights. A single corrective lens may be inserted in the rear sight.

8. Air Rifle Butt-Plate. Any offset of the butt-plate or butt-plate parts to the right or left of the butt-stock center will be measured according to the outside edge of the butt-plate, which may not be more than 30 mm from the butt-stock center.

9. Air Rifle Butt-Plate. The lower limit to butt-plate adjustment (was 220 mm) is eliminated. There is no longer any limit to downward butt-plate adjustment.

10. Air Rifle and Smallbore Rifle Butt-Stock. The lowest point of the butt-stock (area between the butt-plate and pistol grip) may not extend more than 140 mm below the center-line of the bore.

11. Air Rifle Fore-end Depth. The maximum depth of the fore-end was increased from 90 mm to 120 mm below the center-line of the bore.

12. Air Rifle Butt-Stock. “Any devices or weights projecting downward or outward (laterally) from the butt-stock are prohibited”

13. Rifle Weights. Weights attached to the butt-stock must be “within the fundamental shape of the stock.” Weights may not be taped to the rifle.

14. Rifle Clothing. No change.

15. Rifle Bipods. Bipods, whether fixed or folding, must be removed from the rifle during match firing times.
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#8 Re: NEW alutec stock for Walther LG400 - made by MEC or Walther

Fri Aug 04, 2017 1:59 pm

credit: Gary Anderson

".. If you download the 2017-2020 ISSF Rules from the ISSF website at http://www.issf-sports.org/documents/ru ... .1-ENG.pdf and turn to Rule 7.4.4.1 on page 375 you will see the new drawing...."
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