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I am looking for reasonably priced blocks of wood to make stocks out of. good quality black walnut or myrtle wood would be preferable but open to other types. In my opinion paying $1000 for a block of wood at the big named companies is ridiculous. especially since they haven't done any work except cut the wood and are making all the profit. I have spent 6 hours today searching the web for gun stocks and haven't found a piece of wood worth what they were asking for it. any with a hunk of wood lying around let me know.
 

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Call Cecil Fredi in Las Vegas. He has tons in all price ranges....and a straight shooter too. Google for phone.
 

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I have blank that I would sell. Don't know if it might be what you are looking for. Several months ago I started the process to restock a K32. Ended up with one extra set. Email - see above - if you want pictures and price.

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I have two sets i will sell very reasonable. One is a claro walnut with great figure and the other set is english walnut with great figure. Both are dry and i can send pics if you want. I will take 150.00 per set.
 

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I have some roughed stocks that are drilled through the center, but not inletted to any particular gun. They are factory seconds, but I feel they are all usable. They would also make excellent stocks to practice inletting or checkering on. I think I have about 20 of them left, and would sell the whole bunch for $200 plus shipping.

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If you are ever in England drop me a line.We have 2045 pieces of 300 year old French Walnut taken in 1971. Some of pieces go on fine English sidelocks but I have a few dozen pieces at reasonable prices.
 

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I have thirty plus two piece sets of Myrtlewood that I have graded as utility. All are sound and ready to work. Prices are $40.00 to $100.00, with the $100.00 sets displaying pretty good feather for "utility grade" wood. I'll even let you cherry pick. Email me at above address and I will send you a DVD with pictures. You won't find a better deal anywhere. When I buy 'em right, I offer 'em right.

Mike Mann

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#52 will cost you $50.00, you pay for the shipping.





#82 price is $100.00, you pay for the transport.
 

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Mr.M what are the dementions of the #82 blank I am very interested in that one.
the piece of wood I am looking for is going to go on a ljutic with a high rib so the hieght of the blank is very important. I need a stock that is at least 2 1/2' thick x 8 1/2' wide at the back x 16' long.
 

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Dimensions of all in 32 blanks in the utility series are twenty inches long x seven inches high at the butt x 2 3/8 inches thick. I have several hundred at eight inches high and a full three inches thick, including about 40 that are 9 inches high, but all of those are green, fresh cut. I'll look through my old rifle inventory and let you know if I find your measurements at a reasonable price.

Mike Mann
 
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