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Hello again,

I wanted to show off the work from my guys again and featured below is the famous 007 K-80. Our customer requested a cap with the 007 logo and this was the results. The wood is kind of rare it is Grafted English. If you look close you can see the seperation of the two types of wood English in front for the grip and Clairo in the back giving the wood it's color. As always thank you for taking a look.

Dennis, Cindy and the Crew

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I was under the impression that alot of English grown in California are grafted trees ? Anyone care to elaborate. Some reason it rings a bell that these trees were grafted to Carlo walnut
 

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Yes there are alot of the English Trees that are grafted but you don't see many of these that are cut into gun stock blanks. I also have another piece of wood here that we are going to use next week that is Burl Clairo. It is the first time I have had this for a gunstock, the logs are normally cut as veneer and again not gunstock blanks.

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