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  1. LICHTENBERG UZI EPOXY INLAY STOCK

    Zero issues bubbles, I use a eboxy off amazon thats great. I also think the dehumified shop and slightly higher temps help.
  2. LICHTENBERG UZI EPOXY INLAY STOCK

    https://www.amazon.com/photos/shared/qGHzRtbrSD6V-x459G_cSA.2_DMpxrDTiDWlZb4jkXHpL https://www.amazon.com/photos/shared/qea1pmSiSDKhA95UXXJNUQ.nxMAH6Q0NtyvP50LnFY_fo https://www.amazon.com/photos/shared/OuONmu9XS_SWYADElKBepA.-gUGIIPwZWooA0N32txLlX https://www.amazon.com/photos/shared/Q6oRAUYlS6Gd80XKB3Swaw.nka-KtkCsBsvdcyH0kyPGu https://www.amazon.com/photos/shared/ln1ZhW6JQqye1WF462k7zQ.HxSqlqs3ZMkRvekTXoAHM- https://www.amazon.com/photos/shared/00ux4VoFQ9iHVmNsfVrbVQ.07xar5gEyFroFQ7ZLxRn4m
  3. I just bought a transferable Uzi and decided I wanted a wood stock. I could not find a stock that was in good shape so I bought a surplus one to refinish. Rather than just sand and refinish a surplus stock and decided to do a Lichtenberg burn into the stock after a complete sand. once the Lichtenberg burn was complete I cleaned the burn out and begin laying a blue epoxy into the burns. with the epoxy inlayed I sanded the stock back down once the stock was sanded down I finished the stock with a automotive clear coat I have had a lot of people comment on it and my question is, would anyone want a stock like this for there firearm? If so what would it be worth to you (is it worth making these? It does take a lot of time)