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Post your wood!!!!!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 45R, Jul 1, 2003.

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  1. 45R

    45R Member

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    Here is some of my wood. Lets see yours!! :)[​IMG]


    Fajen 10/22 Thumbhole stock
    Kimber 1911 w Hakan Half and Half Grips
    Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger MKII 512GCL (5 1/2" slabside)
    Ruger KGP-161 .357 Magnum

    Sheet by Ralf Lauren :)
     
  2. WonderNine

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    This thread could be taken the wrong way....
     
  3. Schuey2002

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    I'm :uhoh: not :uhoh: even :uhoh: going :uhoh: to :uhoh: go :uhoh: there!
     
  4. hansolo

    hansolo Member In Memoriam

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    "Wood"

    Beavis & Butthead:neener:
     
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    As they say on Match.Com....that's kind of personal isn't it...
     
  6. BerettaNut92

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    Uhh...huh huh....
    Image deleted by Skunk's Grammaw <--Just kiddin' :eek:





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    No wood on any guns :eek:
     
  7. Kobun

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    Wood? In guns? Wow! :what:

    Come to think of it, a coupple of mine has some wood. :)

    I'm never buying another BLACK gun again... I'm sickof one colour...

    (Don't worry guys, even I know I won't be able to keep that promise)! :p
     
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    "Taking grips to the Extreme!" HAKAN PEK's Custom Grips!
     

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    Pretty Swedish Mauser:
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    Cocobolo on a 625:
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  11. CGofMP

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    Puhhreeevert!

    ***** SLAP ! ******

    Oh wait.. you mean like on a rifle?
    Oh yea.. okay.. sorry...

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    Here ya go:

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  12. FJC

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  13. This is my rifle, this is my gun, this is for fighting---you know the rest.
    I would, but this is a family site.:what: :evil:
     
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    Bone stock SAR 3 Wood.
     
  15. Hand_Rifle_Guy

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    I used to work at a shop restoring these. This one happens to my particular favorite of the type. I lost the job when the shop closed due to Kaliforny's small-business-unfriendly business climate. Stupid state.

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    1947 Buick Super Estate Wagon. Picture courtesy of Dave Lindsay /
    SoCalCarCulture.com and Fotki.com

    And it is TOO gun-related. Woodies are more properly known as "Shooting Brakes", used for chaffeuring your upper-crust types to and from the hunting fields on one's country estate.

    So THERE. :neener:

    Woodies: the only things that combine wood and metal as artistically as guns.
     
  16. George Hill

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    Hand_Rifle_Guy: Niiiiiice.

    Shooting Brakes are also the term in England for any Station Wagon.
    Man... the old cars had so much style and character. Car these days have no soul. I think they lost it early 70's with only a few exceptions. But the cars of the 50's I think were at the pinicle.
     
  17. 45R

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    I beg to differ :) Those this one is all steel and no wood :(

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    PS I "borrowed" this picture from another tread in the GD forum.
     
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    I don't think my wife would approve.
     
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    45R...you're lucky i wasn't drinking something, otherwise I'd be sending you a bill for monitor cleaning :D

    took me a minute to realize what I was looking at.
     
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    ahem, I think this is what 45R actually meant:D
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  22. 45R

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    That stock is awesome!!!!



    45R
     
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