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Couldn't post this photo in the original thread, so here is my wood contribution. This is the nicest Circassian Walnut I have ever encountered, on a 1980 Grade V Browning Citori 20 gauge. Circassian Walnut is world renown as the benchmark for gunstocks with its beautiful colors, graining and feathering. My cell phone photo does its beauty an injustice!
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Hammerli Free Pistol with carved grips and forend.

Left hand.... Very Rare!
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Well, if in Part 2 we can post woods other than S&W handgun stocks, I have a 16-gauge Arietta 578 that I think has some pretty wood. This bird gun was given to me by my family in the year 2000. It has grassed a few quail and pheasant.











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Well, its not a high-end custom sporter, but rather a mass-produced battle rifle:
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No nice wood here, but that double gun, the side by side, is a beautiful thing. Any side by side shotgun is a thing of beauty.
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My contribution. Beretta 92F with optional factory walnut stocks. Made in 1985 in Italy. Haven't seen many with walnut stocks. That is what caught my eye at the auction where I purchased. Wood makes a beautiful firearm even more so!!
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Herter's barreled action I put together 40 some years ago..
I think the semi inletted wood blank was $50 ,, then.
I wonder what a piece of walnut like that would cost today ?

.32 caliber muzzle loader I built about 35 years ago. Started out as a curly maple blank.
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I have tons of beautiful wood, but unfortunately I don't have many good pictures of beautiful wood. I've been a wood-aholic all my life and have been collecting unfinished stocks and blanks for as long as I can remember. My greatest pleasure comes from finding hidden beauty inside a tree or block. Only once have I had the opportunity to help saw logs of English walnut, but I've been able to turn hundreds of blanks to discover what lies within.

And I get a bit of a kick sticking drop dead gorgeous wood on guns that usually don't deserve it. Years ago I had about 150 blanks turned into buttstocks for the FN FAL. Sold most of them, but the main reason for making them was so that I could skim the cream off the lot and keep for myself. Other projects have gotten in the way and most of the stocks are still unfinished, but even the raw stocks are beautiful.

I chose these 150 blanks because they were some of the most plain looking,......but once turned a few of them show quite nicely. Once I get a finish on them they will really pop.

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English Walnut, Eureka variety, someone else got the top fore-end blank but I was able to score the other two blanks.
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Wow! That's some amazing stuff. I can't even imagine a project worthy of wood like that. Feather is a very uncommon figure in English and that blank has it all.

I was lucky to attend the Fajen auction when they went out of business back in the late '90's. I hoped to pick up some tooling and a stock duplicator, but that stuff was pretty ragged out and went for far too much money. I dropped back and bid on a few of the firearms that were used for stock fitting, but those too went for ridiculous money. By default, I ended up with wood. I felt I already had enough blanks for a lifetime, but that's where the bargains were.

I ended up with several pallets worth that numbered 300+ butt blanks and forearms, but before that I was bidding on individual pieces(some few with a bit of feather).













Like your set, I've put aside 4 or 5 forearm blanks for each of the high grade buttstocks. I've sold enough over the years to make my money back five-fold but still have a hundred or so of the very best blanks. That auction was the most amazing sale I've ever been to.

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I cut it up into little pieces, here is one final result, I would have to ask the wife to dig up pictures of the remaining sets that blank yielded. Most of them found homes with forum members.
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Real treat to see this well figured wood today. By far not the norm anymore. Cost of black, claro, and English walnut sure is expensive these days. Thanks to all for showing.
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You guys are just evil! There should be a rule requiring posters to show chunks of old pallets and soulless plastic. Just how much of this are normal poor boys expected to take? Now I need to go buy a new gun. OK, new to me.
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Real treat to see this well figured wood today. By far not the norm anymore. Cost of black, claro, and English walnut sure is expensive these days. Thanks to all for showing.
You know Mauser9, on the black gun forums, I doubt they have a thread, "Show your plastic stocks." Polymer stocks are one of the reasons I don't even own a black gun. Give me a firearm with rich blueing and fine wood.

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You know Mauser9, on the black gun forums, I doubt they have a thread, "Show your plastic stocks." Polymer stocks are one of the reasons I don't even own a black gun. Give me a firearm with rich blueing and fine wood.

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Ahhh! Respect your view Birdgun!! Yep deep rich bluing and walnut make me weak in the knees. My old 700 from 1984 has such a rich gloss bluing it looks like a mirror. Man the things we too for granted many years back. That's why I feel older guns like the 1100,870, and 700 should bring a premium on the used gun market. Prices for a new one can be mind blowing.
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Here is a CZ 527 Carbine that I picked up because of the wood. Really need to take some better pics and not cut off the muzzle this time.

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Here are a few nice pieces of wood, and very old.





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Sadly,I no longer own the Winchester 9422 to which this buttstock belongs.
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This is a stock I made for my favorite trap gun. The wood was purchased from Chiron in New Hampshire around 2000
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Many beautiful pieces in this thread, but I was really impressed by how on this stock the grain could still be seen through (behind/under I'm no expert here) the wood in the handgrip where the wood has been stippled (? Sorry but again no expert and couldn't remember exactly what that gripping pattern is called on a long gun). That looks amazing to me! Now, I don't spend much time looking at gun stocks, so perhaps it's more common than I think, but I don't recall seeing many stocks where the beauty and pattern of the wood could clearly be seen through the checkering like this one can!

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Couldn't post this photo in the original thread, so here is my wood contribution. This is the nicest Circassian Walnut I have ever encountered, on a 1980 Grade V Browning Citori 20 gauge. Circassian Walnut is world renown as the benchmark for gunstocks with its beautiful colors, graining and feathering. My cell phone photo does its beauty an injustice!

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Compared to some of the beautiful firearms on this thread my stuff is pretty low rent. However, sometimes a run of the mill gun gets a little pretty spot on it's stock. This is a Winchester model 72A .22 that looks pretty good I think.



Here is A single shot Winchester model 60A with some grain showing.



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Not sure if you consider them beautiful , made a couple sets out of boredom.
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Not sure if you consider them beautiful , made a couple sets out of boredom.
kenv1950, I consider them beautiful also. Well done!

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I bought these grips before I even bought the gun that they were for. They look just as good on the pistol as I expected them to.




I also bought this shotgun purely because I was seduced by the wood (of course, I was in the market for a shotgun).





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I love to see all these examples of highly figured wood….

Occasionally some of us can “luck out” and find some well figured factory wood on some
inexpensive firearms that can, with some effort, change the whole appearance of the gun….

I found three such very inexpensive Russian Baikal shotguns that I believe possess such
uncommon wood. I re-worked the wood and refinished them, and I believe, ended up with three
shotguns that appear to be much more refined and expensive.

These stocks were originally shipped with the firearms and were apparently random additions
in their shipments by the factory…..

Of course these stocks don't measure up to the truly amazing examples of wood shown here but
they show what can be done to enhance some "pick-up truck" guns....

The over and under is a 20…. The two side-by-sides are in 12 and 410…..








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Circassian Walnut from Bulgaria, really nice stuff but hard to get a hold of. These blanks got cut up into little pieces as well.
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The factory stock on my Remington Model 33 single shot .22 LR, nicest wood I have ever seen on a basic little rifle.







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Here's my Ruger SP101. I had to get something to fit my big mits better. I like these, they fit me and the gun perfectly.
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