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%% F/S Myrtle Wood Blanks %%

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Dennis DeVault, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    Below I have two myrtle wood blanks that are for sale. I just acquired these banks along with 50 other pieces of wood that have not yet been inventoried. I should have all the wood on the above site by the end of next week. These are two Myrtle blanks with grain the shows there were cut from the same piece of wood. I often buy rifle blanks because it assures that the color and grain for both stock and forend will match perfectly. These blanks are fully waxed and about 10 years old. I will sell them seperatly for $ 800.00 each or the pair for $ 1,500.00. The size for both blanks 2-5/8" thick x 7-3/4" wide at the rear of the blank x 35" long. If you have an interest call Dennis at
    330-456-6070. Thank you for taking a look,

    Dennis DeVault


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    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    Thank you UNLOADER,

    I think that these blanks will make someone a very beautiful stock and forend. Myrtle wood is strong and finishes out well. Let me know if anyone has an interest.

    Dennis DeVault
     
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