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large walnut slab

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Byrrrdmann, Mar 12, 2013.

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    WTB large walnut slab with the approximate dimension of 22"-28"L X 14"-16"W X 2-2.5" T. Looking for figured wood if possible with no knots or gauges. PM me with any info and price. Thank you, Tony Generose
     
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    Tony,
    I have several pieces that will fit your needs, One is aprox 30 x 30x2 1/4 that yield three to four nicely figured stocks. This piece has been air drying for eight years, and is ready to machine. I also have pieces that are cut for individual stocks and forends.
    George Olsen 516-446-2482
     
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    This is what Tony needs the wood for.


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    Thanks Doug for posting that picture. All the wood was bought here on TS.com from smokin joe. As you can see the "gun stock quality" walnut makes beautiful tables. The inlay (not a small drawer) is curly maple and ebony. Thanks for looking. Tony Generose
     
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