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It's Tung Oil, so the light really has a lot of effect on what the wood looks like.


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Originally posted by arcwelder76:
I wager that everyone who shoots this rifle, is going to enjoy it.

People might come in here, and poo-poo wood stocks on an AR. But they know in their hearts that it looks good, and now they secretly want it.


That reminds me of a line from Para's Glock thread Razz...

"You'll fondle it late at night and engage in the Love that Dares not Speak it's Name."...

I like it Smile


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I think I like it. It stands out, in a good way. It's a nice mix of old school and new school.

Is the hand guard one piece? Or do you have to remove the FSB to install/uninstall it?

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Well said, citizen.



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I priced that setup years back,just could pay their price,even though I thought it was beautiful
It would just get beat to hell as some of the other walnut stocked guns I used to own.
The Browning humpback,the centurion the bar and the marlin
 
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I think I like it. It stands out, in a good way. It's a nice mix of old school and new school.

Is the hand guard one piece? Or do you have to remove the FSB to install/uninstall it?


One piece?

Lord no. That would be a great way to sell no wood handguards. It is two pieces just like standard handguards.


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Very nice.


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Put me down for one made of ash with this logo on the stock
http://www.mearsonlineauctions...00054/54264d_lg.jpeg





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But... it is NOT evil looking any more... Lost all the black evil parts.
 
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But... it is NOT evil looking any more... Lost all the black evil parts.


Ok. ok. The joke is played out guys. We get it.

Can we move on from this please?

At least, I hope you're joking. In any case, let's get off the "black/evil" trope please.

In the name of peace and good will, if a walnut stocked AR isn't for you, just move along without comment.


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Looks good, has a vintage look. Will the wood handle the heat ok?
 
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I like it, it looks great. The evolution from Springfield -> Garand -> M14 -> this.




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I really like that and bet it feels great in the hand.



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ohhhh, mamma! that's gorgeous!



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Looks good, has a vintage look. Will the wood handle the heat ok?


I'd say "rapid fire" is out, but we'll see how it goes. If necessary, I can drill holes similar to what the actual triangular handguards have.

At worst, I roast a pair of handguards. Wouldn't be the first time.


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Arc, I like it. I'm thinking about their products for a new lower to carry my iron-sited 16" .300 upper. Just the stock and grip in my case. Question: Does the stock come with the swing swivel installed?

Todd


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First glance, I thought it was ugly.

After looking at it for awhile, I've found it's inner beauty.

Nicely done!


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Definitely gives a classy look to the rifle. I like it quite a bit.
Nice work, sir.




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I clicked on that little upper left block, thinking it was a photo link and now I cant see your original post. I saw the furniture in that link arc and it looks great. Hang that along side a FAL and its right at home. As much as I used to drool over green OD sets, the wood is every bit as nice.
 
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Arc, I like it. I'm thinking about their products for a new lower to carry my iron-sited 16" .300 upper. Just the stock and grip in my case. Question: Does the stock come with the swing swivel installed?

Todd


Yes, the rear sling swivel comes installed. I don't recall ordering that specifically.


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Great. Thank you.


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