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It's time for a little Eye Candy for 2013. I have two sets of wood to show today the first is a wood that has been used for many years but is stil a favorite to me. It is a K-80 with American Black Walnut. It has a nice feather that follows up into the forend. The checkering was not done at this time but will be completed later in the year.

The second stock is English Walnut on a Perazzi MX-2000 and it has great figure all the way through the stock and forend. Both guns feature the finger grips and adjustable combs. Many thanks to the crew for their fine work and thanks to all of you for taking a look.

Dennis, Cindy & The Crew

American Black Walnut supplied by Earnie Ross


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Ahh geez, Dennis. your work & this wood compliment each other....Truly fantastic work...You guys get better & better.....Pete.....WOW!!!
 

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Beautiful as always Mr. DeVault. We like installing SoftTouch systems on your stocks because they are always nice even when they have extreme specs.
 

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The second gun: On the forearm; the way Cindy followed the grain with the ribbon and the division of the checkering just blows my mind. Also, the sweep and contour from the front of the grip to the recoil pad, again, following the grain, never mind the fabulous wood, makes it true art. You guys, without question, are producing the finest examples of gun art in the industry. Thanks for sharing.

best....mike
 
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