The wood is poplar, and I picked it because the grain is beautiful. It also ended up being very even. I cut the stock out in a way that both sides look very similar, and the top, bottom and back views make both sides look very even. The top has parallel lines, the bottom has lines that angle into each other, and the back has lines that curve together. Maybe I'll take pics of that later.
The biggest GOW inspiration will be in the sights. I love the sights on my lancer, so I am going to do a similar style to those, but I am going to make them lighted like the ones on the lancer in GOW 2. I also have blue stain that I am going to stain the stock and foregrip with. Other than the stock, foregrip, and soon to be sights, it also has an aluminum priming bar to accommodate the foregrip, and I made a barrel spacer/stabilizer to keep my barrels nice and because I like the looks of it. Here's some eye candy, but the blaster isn't screwed together in the pics. It is functional though. I should also note that this stock is about 4" longer than the original one because I have long arms, and the original stock sucked hard. Everything is also very stable, and I don't see it breaking. The stock was routed out (with a dremel), so the gun shell didn't have to be cut at all for it.
NOTE: The front lip hasn't been cleaned up yet, but it will be. I had to steal half of a shell from my extra RFSG.
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Edited by slowguitarman, 09 March 2009 - 12:06 PM.