Robert Berrier said:
Looking good, amazing work still!
Might want to make the wood and the leather more different in color and saturation. For me, the leather is losing some of its material definition by looking like the wood.
Looking great! Are you sure the grip isn't bakelite instead of wood?
The metal parts give the impression that the weapon has been used a lot while the wood parts only have minor damage. I would also recommend to separate some parts like the bolt for instance to make it pop out a bit more.But overall good work
Very nice.Wish I'd the personal attributes too punch out an asset of this fidelity, in under 3 weeks Also probably nit picking here but I recall from practical experience handling a similar military issued weapon in terms of wooden stock/butt and pistol grip (L1A1 SLR/AR 7.62 British version) will tend to show signs of wear, even factory war stocks in storage.
Good job man!