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Savage 110e 270 win

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by diamonddmk, May 4, 2012.

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  1. diamonddmk

    diamonddmk Member

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    OK guys this may be a stupid Question,but do these guns have wooden stocks? also what kind of wood is it made from right out of the box.I bought one a few days ago and the stock was painted black.If its walnut I want to take off all paint and (I have a wood shop)take it down and make it a beautiful walnut stock.It's an older model and when I get it the way I want,it will be a very nice gun to add to my collection.I also wan to kill a few deer with it.I have a farm and there's plenty of deer here in VA.
     
  2. mdauben

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    AFAIK, the 110E was an "Economy" version of the standard 110. The pics of them I've seen all had wooden stocks, but I would not expect to see a nice walnut stock under that paint. Its probably the most economical wood they could spec out for that particular gun.
     
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    All had wooden stocks. Most were birch. Refinish as you like. (all 110e)
     
  4. diamonddmk

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    wooden stock

    are you guys sure that it had a birch stock? I was hoping it had a walnut stock.
     
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    All the ones I've seen were birch.
     
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    google savage 110e stocks
     
  7. diamonddmk

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    advice

    Thanks guys! I apriciate the advice,When I get this project done I'll show it to ya..........diamonddmk southwest va.
     
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    Birch is an economical wood often used for inexpensive stocked rifles. Savage isn't known for having nice wood on their rifles but in recent times have a few Classic models that have walnut on them. Yours is most likely birch, a good cheap wood for stock making. If you are looking for some figure get a laminate, they are nothing more than cheap birch plys sandwiched together and when cut at various depths they have contrasting color or figures
     
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