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JUN2016-EN-1 $400 *SOLD*
JUN2016-EN-1 $400 *SOLD* English walnut! Very rare and typically very expensive (most start at a grand), this piece has good mineral streaks on one side. While the other side doesn't display the mineral streaks so dramatically, remember that they are falling off through the blank, so down inside where the gunstock is they may still be there! To find a piece of English walnut (also called French but it's the same thing) at this price point with mineral streaks is an amazing find!
JUN2016-EN-1 $400 *SOLD*
JUN2016-EN-1 $400 *SOLD* English walnut! Very rare and typically very expensive (most start at a grand), this piece has good mineral streaks on one side. While the other side doesn't display the mineral streaks so dramatically, remember that they are falling off through the blank, so down inside where the gunstock is they may still be there! To find a piece of English walnut (also called French but it's the same thing) at this price point with mineral streaks is an amazing find!
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IMG 5050 whiscombe
Feather1 $1500 *SOLD*
Feather1 $1500 *SOLD* Yep, now we're talking. This is the kind of wood I swoon over and I doubt there is any other airgunner that has the walnut disease as bad as I have it to pony up for a blank like this. Figure like this is called 'feather' and occurs at the junction of the first large branch. A giant $10,000 walnut tree may only yield one or two blanks like this, and most of them are not long enough for a rifle, so most of these are seen on shotguns. This is a special rare find. whiscombe
MAR2016-CL-3 $350
MAR2016-CL-3 $350 Mineral streaks galore! Rich alternating colors, curvy grain flow, and OMG the mineral streaks in this blank! $350 blanks260-350
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IMG 5823 hw50-tyrolean
may2015-CL-2b
may2015-CL-2b Good grain flow, some nice figure, and beautiful contrasting mineral streaks (the dark lines) make this blank a great value. $150 blanks50-150
JUN2016-EN-1 $400 *SOLD*
JUN2016-EN-1 $400 *SOLD* English walnut! Very rare and typically very expensive (most start at a grand), this piece has good mineral streaks on one side. While the other side doesn't display the mineral streaks so dramatically, remember that they are falling off through the blank, so down inside where the gunstock is they may still be there! To find a piece of English walnut (also called French but it's the same thing) at this price point with mineral streaks is an amazing find!
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IMG 5092 whiscombe
Feather1 $1500 *SOLD*
Feather1 $1500 *SOLD* Yep, now we're talking. This is the kind of wood I swoon over and I doubt there is any other airgunner that has the walnut disease as bad as I have it to pony up for a blank like this. Figure like this is called 'feather' and occurs at the junction of the first large branch. A giant $10,000 walnut tree may only yield one or two blanks like this, and most of them are not long enough for a rifle, so most of these are seen on shotguns. This is a special rare find. whiscombe
MAR2016-CL-3 $350
MAR2016-CL-3 $350 Mineral streaks galore! Rich alternating colors, curvy grain flow, and OMG the mineral streaks in this blank! $350 blanks260-350
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IMG 5835 hw50-tyrolean
may2015-CL-2a
may2015-CL-2a Good grain flow, some nice figure, and beautiful contrasting mineral streaks (the dark lines) make this blank a great value. $150 blanks50-150
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