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Stock Blank

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Maxey Brantley, Jul 6, 2013.

  1. Maxey Brantley

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    Dry and ready to work. 20+ years old, and it has been in my Texas garage for 7.

    FE Blank is 13 3/8 long, 2 1/2 wide; 2 3/4 wide.
    Stock Blank is 19 3/4 long 2 3/8 thick. Butt end is 7 1/4 wide, nose is 4 3/4 wide.

    The stock maker I bought it from recommended it go on a thru bolt shotgun.

    The wood is a bit darker than this shows under florescent light. Figure is consistent and equal from side to side. Slab sawn.

    If interested, please PM me. Price is $375 and I'll pay shipping. I honestly don't know for sure the type of wood other than walnut.

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  2. Maxey Brantley

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    Thanks for the up. Anyone care to hazard a guess as the type of walnut? I don't think it is claro.
    V/r
    Maxey
     
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    How about American Black Walnut. Looks like a nicely figured
    piece of wood. Once it starts taking shape it wil really be nice.
    Throw a little oil finish on it and the colors will pop out!




    Jason in PA
     
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    Looks Turkish or Turkish/Claro hybrid to me.
     
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    Since we are guessing, I will guess Claro.
     
  6. Maxey Brantley

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    I always thought it would look good on a model 12 or 21.
    Maxey
     
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