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black walnut shot gun blank

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ken a, Nov 13, 2012.

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  1. ken a

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    I have a black walnut shot gun stock blank that was cut and wrapped abut 1979 with intentions of my personal use. Came from an orchard in Marysville, Ca. Anyone have an idea what it is worth? Ken
     
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    Pictures! Claro?
     
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    Ken. It does have some value. And for sure the nicer it is the value can go up significantly . Plain-ish blanks retail at about $2-500. Fancy blanks for $500 to $1000 or more. Usually anyone on this forum will offer you about 25 to 50% of retail. A wood vendor would probably only offer 20% on the retail value. Too, any buyer will want to know the exact dimensions. Very important today because we are making stocks bigger.

    But unless you can show us pictures and give us dimensions, the value is zero.

    Jack
     
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