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Mulberry
W45488
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Mulberry

Minor planer skip, surface cracks present, rustic live end, large bark incursion center of face opposite numbers, 4" incursion on edge opposite numbers. Color will even out with sun tan or age. Lots of color and figure. Large size. Lots of fiddleback. Must be able to work with defects.

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"Cook Woods Safari Grade" Claro Walnut Burl
W45573
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$1,599.00
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"Cook Woods Safari Grade" Claro Walnut Burl

Claro Walnut Burl (Juglans hindsi) is a unique Walnut species that grows right around the area where Cook Woods is located.  Combining beautiful violet and brownish black streaks and wild figured burl eyes, Claro walnut burl is favored for high end veneer for cars, jets, turned articles, and exquisite jewelry boxes. Most of the supply originates in orchards as either production walnut trees or wind row trees to slow the wind and show property lines. Claro Walnut Burl is a beautiful wood that is in high demand and short supply. It is dense but works and finishes well with the use of a grain sealer. AAA+ Walnut Burl. 2 piece rifle or shotgun blank. One small pin incursion on one face. Dried for 5 years, ready to use. Template used is Blaser R93
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Walnut; Claro
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Figured Myrtle Rifle Stock
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$1,250.00
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Figured Myrtle Rifle Stock

Myrtle is one of our specialty woods, as it is grown and harvested right here in our home state of Oregon, hand selected by us, trucked to our yard, and carefully milled in our facility. Myrtle wood is renowned throughout the Pacific Northwest for its excellent machining and finishing properties as well as its beautiful color, spicy aroma, and figure. Also known as Bay Laurel, California Olive, Pepper wood, or Spice tree, this versatile hardwood grows only in Oregon and Northernmost California. Colors range drastically even in the same log so that a range from golden yellow, green, black, brown, tan, and violet can exist. Each blank is unique, making each project a one of a kind. Burl or fiddleback is a rare quality that very few Myrtle trees possess.   Myrtle wood is great for the beginner and expert alike. Ed Weatherby's has a custom 257 with figured Tiger Myrtlewood stock. Exhibition feathercrotch with burl.Dried 5 years for perfection. Dried to %6.5. A couple incursions in lower section of butt stock should easily mill away. Incredible gunstock.
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Myrtle
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Fiddleback Myrtlewood
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Fiddleback Myrtlewood

Myrtle is one of our specialty woods, as it is grown and harvested right here in our home state of Oregon, hand selected by us, trucked to our yard, and carefully milled in our facility. Myrtle wood is renowned throughout the Pacific Northwest for its excellent machining and finishing properties as well as its beautiful color, spicy aroma, and figure. Also known as Bay Laurel, California Olive, Pepper wood, or Spice tree, this versatile hardwood grows only in Oregon and Northernmost California. Colors range drastically even in the same log so that a range from golden yellow, green, black, brown, tan, and violet can exist. Each blank is unique, making each project a one of a kind. Burl or fiddleback is a rare quality that very few Myrtle trees possess.   Myrtle wood is great for the beginner and expert alike. Beautiful heavy fiddleback with 2-tone color. Fits Weatherby Mark V. Would fit Mauser as well. 6.5% moisture.
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Myrtle
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Figured Marble Cake English Walnut Rifle Blank
W38961
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$875.00
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Figured Marble Cake English Walnut Rifle Blank

Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus Mountain region. It is the original Walnut of Europe.  The tree was prized for its walnuts and was planted all throughout Europe and England.  Color variations are due to the varied climates and soil conditions in which the tree grows.  Juglans walnut is translated to "white walnut" so finding dark striping and marble cake figure is the rare exception. This wood has been prized for centuries for firearm stocks and fine furniture. It works and finishes much better than any Native American Walnut species.  The grain is exceptionally fine and holds an edge quite well which makes it exceptional for checkering on rifle and shotgun stocks. English Walnut from the USA is typically grown in orchards where the stump (root system) is California Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) grafted to the thin shelled English Walnut.  English Walnut trees are generally small due to a weaker root system and do not produce a large amount of nuts. Claro Walnut root systems are very strong and in a sense turbo charge the growth of walnuts which is the goal of the nut producers.  A plentiful, thin-shelled nut of high quality is produced.  A wonderful by-product of the grafting is a California Claro Walnut burl underground and a larger than usual English Walnut trunk.  Black or dark streaks are produced in a small amount of trees and there is a lot of discussion as to why certain trees have more of the desired streaking while others may not have any at all.  When trees produce exceptionally large trunks and stunning striping, they are often used for firearms. Rifle blanks often sell for between $500 to $2,500 with some stock blanks fetching upwards of $5,000 each! These beautiful blanks have all been aged for six years and are between 4 and 10% moisture with most being between 6 and 8 percent. The end opposite of the numbers has a split. The butt stock needs to be to the right of the numbers. The fore end needs to be at the opposite end of the numbers. This blank will fit a Weatherby or Mauser. Template shows the profile to use in order to avoid the split. The blank drawn is 100% heartwood.
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Exhibition English Walnut Rifle blank
W45841
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$1,750.00
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Exhibition English Walnut Rifle blank

Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus Mountain region. It is the original Walnut of Europe.  The tree was prized for its walnuts and was planted all throughout Europe and England.  Color variations are due to the varied climates and soil conditions in which the tree grows.  Juglans walnut is translated to "white walnut" so finding dark striping and marble cake figure is the rare exception. This wood has been prized for centuries for firearm stocks and fine furniture. It works and finishes much better than any Native American Walnut species.  The grain is exceptionally fine and holds an edge quite well which makes it exceptional for checkering on rifle and shotgun stocks. English Walnut from the USA is typically grown in orchards where the stump (root system) is California Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) grafted to the thin shelled English Walnut.  English Walnut trees are generally small due to a weaker root system and do not produce a large amount of nuts. Claro Walnut root systems are very strong and in a sense turbo charge the growth of walnuts which is the goal of the nut producers.  A plentiful, thin-shelled nut of high quality is produced.  A wonderful by-product of the grafting is a California Claro Walnut burl underground and a larger than usual English Walnut trunk.  Black or dark streaks are produced in a small amount of trees and there is a lot of discussion as to why certain trees have more of the desired streaking while others may not have any at all.  When trees produce exceptionally large trunks and stunning striping, they are often used for firearms. Rifle blanks often sell for between $500 to $2,500 with some stock blanks fetching upwards of $5,000 each! Dried for 5 years and ready to use. Beautiful marble grain with fiddleback in butt stock. Goregous! Would fit large rifle. 3/4" inch check that falls outside of template area easily. Knot also falls out of template area. Pistol grip with have a slight amount of sapwood that will add great contrast.
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Walnut; English
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AA Grade Marbled Cake English Walnut
W45828
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$299.99
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AA Grade Marbled Cake English Walnut

Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus Mountain region. It is the original Walnut of Europe.  The tree was prized for its walnuts and was planted all throughout Europe and England.  Color variations are due to the varied climates and soil conditions in which the tree grows.  Juglans walnut is translated to "white walnut" so finding dark striping and marble cake figure is the rare exception. This wood has been prized for centuries for firearm stocks and fine furniture. It works and finishes much better than any Native American Walnut species.  The grain is exceptionally fine and holds an edge quite well which makes it exceptional for checkering on rifle and shotgun stocks. English Walnut from the USA is typically grown in orchards where the stump (root system) is California Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) grafted to the thin shelled English Walnut.  English Walnut trees are generally small due to a weaker root system and do not produce a large amount of nuts. Claro Walnut root systems are very strong and in a sense turbo charge the growth of walnuts which is the goal of the nut producers.  A plentiful, thin-shelled nut of high quality is produced.  A wonderful by-product of the grafting is a California Claro Walnut burl underground and a larger than usual English Walnut trunk.  Black or dark streaks are produced in a small amount of trees and there is a lot of discussion as to why certain trees have more of the desired streaking while others may not have any at all.  When trees produce exceptionally large trunks and stunning striping, they are often used for firearms. Rifle blanks often sell for between $500 to $2,500 with some stock blanks fetching upwards of $5,000 each! Dried for 5 years and ready to use. White areas are slightly soft to touch. Will have to use wood hardener. Easily fits Weatherby mark 5 template. Beautiful grain with fiddleback. Would be AAA but due to white areas is marked at AA.
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Walnut; English
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English Walnut Exhibition Grade
W45831
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$199.99
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English Walnut Exhibition Grade

Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus Mountain region. It is the original Walnut of Europe.  The tree was prized for its walnuts and was planted all throughout Europe and England.  Color variations are due to the varied climates and soil conditions in which the tree grows.  Juglans walnut is translated to "white walnut" so finding dark striping and marble cake figure is the rare exception. This wood has been prized for centuries for firearm stocks and fine furniture. It works and finishes much better than any Native American Walnut species.  The grain is exceptionally fine and holds an edge quite well which makes it exceptional for checkering on rifle and shotgun stocks. English Walnut from the USA is typically grown in orchards where the stump (root system) is California Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) grafted to the thin shelled English Walnut.  English Walnut trees are generally small due to a weaker root system and do not produce a large amount of nuts. Claro Walnut root systems are very strong and in a sense turbo charge the growth of walnuts which is the goal of the nut producers.  A plentiful, thin-shelled nut of high quality is produced.  A wonderful by-product of the grafting is a California Claro Walnut burl underground and a larger than usual English Walnut trunk.  Black or dark streaks are produced in a small amount of trees and there is a lot of discussion as to why certain trees have more of the desired streaking while others may not have any at all.  When trees produce exceptionally large trunks and stunning striping, they are often used for firearms. Rifle blanks often sell for between $500 to $2,500 with some stock blanks fetching upwards of $5,000 each! Dried for 5 years and ready to use. Not suitable for shot gun or rifle templates. Has large split through pistol grip area. Great for pistol grips, knife scales, or turn articles.
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Walnut; English
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Exhibition Feather Crotch English Walnut
W45829
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$2,150.00
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Exhibition Feather Crotch English Walnut

Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus Mountain region. It is the original Walnut of Europe.  The tree was prized for its walnuts and was planted all throughout Europe and England.  Color variations are due to the varied climates and soil conditions in which the tree grows.  Juglans walnut is translated to "white walnut" so finding dark striping and marble cake figure is the rare exception. This wood has been prized for centuries for firearm stocks and fine furniture. It works and finishes much better than any Native American Walnut species.  The grain is exceptionally fine and holds an edge quite well which makes it exceptional for checkering on rifle and shotgun stocks. English Walnut from the USA is typically grown in orchards where the stump (root system) is California Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) grafted to the thin shelled English Walnut.  English Walnut trees are generally small due to a weaker root system and do not produce a large amount of nuts. Claro Walnut root systems are very strong and in a sense turbo charge the growth of walnuts which is the goal of the nut producers.  A plentiful, thin-shelled nut of high quality is produced.  A wonderful by-product of the grafting is a California Claro Walnut burl underground and a larger than usual English Walnut trunk.  Black or dark streaks are produced in a small amount of trees and there is a lot of discussion as to why certain trees have more of the desired streaking while others may not have any at all.  When trees produce exceptionally large trunks and stunning striping, they are often used for firearms. Rifle blanks often sell for between $500 to $2,500 with some stock blanks fetching upwards of $5,000 each! Dried for 5 years and ready to use. Beautiful blank. Couple of minor bark incursions that fall easily outside of template blank for rifle blank.
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Walnut; English
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AAA English Walnut
W45832
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$425.00
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AAA English Walnut

Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus Mountain region. It is the original Walnut of Europe.  The tree was prized for its walnuts and was planted all throughout Europe and England.  Color variations are due to the varied climates and soil conditions in which the tree grows.  Juglans walnut is translated to "white walnut" so finding dark striping and marble cake figure is the rare exception. This wood has been prized for centuries for firearm stocks and fine furniture. It works and finishes much better than any Native American Walnut species.  The grain is exceptionally fine and holds an edge quite well which makes it exceptional for checkering on rifle and shotgun stocks. English Walnut from the USA is typically grown in orchards where the stump (root system) is California Claro Walnut (Juglans hindsii) grafted to the thin shelled English Walnut.  English Walnut trees are generally small due to a weaker root system and do not produce a large amount of nuts. Claro Walnut root systems are very strong and in a sense turbo charge the growth of walnuts which is the goal of the nut producers.  A plentiful, thin-shelled nut of high quality is produced.  A wonderful by-product of the grafting is a California Claro Walnut burl underground and a larger than usual English Walnut trunk.  Black or dark streaks are produced in a small amount of trees and there is a lot of discussion as to why certain trees have more of the desired streaking while others may not have any at all.  When trees produce exceptionally large trunks and stunning striping, they are often used for firearms. Rifle blanks often sell for between $500 to $2,500 with some stock blanks fetching upwards of $5,000 each! Dried for 5 years and ready to use. Fits weatherby mark 5 template. Crack at rosewood foreend that should mill away. Will have to work with it. AS IS.
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Walnut; English
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Birdseye Maple
W44476
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$136.99
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W44476

Birdseye Maple

Acer saccharum (translated sugary) refers to the sweet sap that maple sugar is derived from.  It is known as hard rock maple, sweet maple, white maple, and black maple. During growth, numerous small leaves extend outward from the trunk surrounding it from the stump upward to the canopy. It is easy to spot because the trunk looks like it is covered with ivy.  When these small limbs are sliced off in the milling process there is a tell-tale bird's eye that remains.  The highest grade lumber is flat or slab sawn to show the birdseyes (not quartersawn as in curly Maple).  This valuable tree produces hard rock maple lumber and maple sugar.  It is the state tree of 4 states.  Birdseye and fiddle back figure is present in a few select logs and produces beautiful wood!  The wood works well and takes a nice polish.  All stock is kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and is ready to use. Boards were carefully selected for color and figured.  An occasional rough edge or minor end check is present in 1 out of 30 boards and these are pictured for ease of selection. Heartwood. Rough edge. 1/2" crown. Grade 1
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Maple
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