View Full Version : Electric checkering

02-13-2008, 10:48 AM
Are any of you using one of the old MMC type electric checkering rigs? I've been puting off checkering a few stocks that are finished and have been contemplating a power unit for sometime now. Seems like a man ought to be able to screw up a stock quicker with one of those and not prolong the agony of "so far so good, only one more panel to go" Thoughts?

Dennis Sorensen
02-13-2008, 11:31 AM
I have one of the units Brownell's sell for abut $1000..

...not used that much and with some extra stuff I have been thinking about selling...

It makes keeping lines straighter and is much faster... with a bit of practice it is an asset...but I haven't done a stock in many years now...

email or pm me. $600 shipped.

Thanks Paul it is in the mail to you now... Dennis

02-13-2008, 02:59 PM
I used to have one of the Foredom flexible shaft electric tools. It was really helpful. If you do lots of checkering you'll be glad to have one.