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@@ K-80 Eye Candy Turkish Walnut @@

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dennis DeVault, Dec 13, 2012.

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  1. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    Hello and Merry Christmas to everyone,

    Got a couple more before the year end and this is a piece of Turkish Walnut supplied from Luxus Walnut in Ohio. A K-80 Trap Special on a Gold Line Suhl receiver. This is the customers second stock from us and the photos does not do the wood justice. The gloss is so deep that it picks up light from everywhere and it was hard to photo. The Crew did a great job and Cindy great checkering and the Star of David. Thank you for taking a look and thanks again to the Crew they are the best.

    Dennis, Cindy & The Crew



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  2. 635 G

    635 G Well-Known Member

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    It ain't my gun--Happy Hannukah to the recipient. Great job as always.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  3. Huntin'Fool

    Huntin'Fool Well-Known Member

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    Very nice what's a stock like that run
     
  4. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    With the Turkish walnut, checkering, labor, adjustable comb, and high gloss finish under $ 5,000.00. Thank you for the question. Thank you for taking a look and Merry Christmas to everyone.

    Dennis DeVault
     
  5. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Very nice as usual. The ribbons in the checkering, just seem to add that extra touch of class to these high end stocks.

    Seems most of your recent models have been made with the finger grip. Are these becoming the norm?
     
  6. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    I don't know if it is the norm or not but it all depends on the person and how the fitting is done. The grips assist in a consistant hand position and the more we do everything the same the easier it becomes to concentrate on a target. Also keeping the hand down and more vertical helps to mount the gun the same way in the pocket of the shoulder without a struggle. Maybe it is the norm but just are way of helping the shooter break more targets without fatigue. Thank you again for taking the time to ask questions.

    Dennis DeVault
     
  7. bjk1972

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    Very well done.Love the grain that this stock has.A real work of art.
     
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