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Fine Walnut for AR15/AR10?

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Unread 09-03-2011, 10:20 PM
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Fine Walnut for AR15/AR10?

Quick question - would any of you on this forum be interested in high grade English / Black / or Bastogne Walnut buttstocks and grips? I know, I know, they are supposed to be black or painted - but you have to admit that everything needs purdying up!

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    Re: Fine Walnut for AR15/AR10?

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    Quick question - would any of you on this forum be interested in high grade English / Black / or Bastogne Walnut buttstocks and grips? I know, I know, they are supposed to be black or painted - but you have to admit that everything needs purdying up!
    About as much as I want mother-of-pearl grips for my Desert Eagle. Walnut has no practical benefit.
    No I don't have to admit that. Name, rank, and serial number only.
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    Re: Fine Walnut for AR15/AR10?

    obviously you're a man of no vision!
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    I love walnut on rifles which were designed for wooden stocks. But where do you put wood on an AR-10/15 where it will enhance anything? I hope you won't try to argue that walnut with thin sections is more immune to cracking than aluminum or carbon fiber. I don't want to put my ARs in glass cases as works of art. I have no desire to replace the walnut stocks my pre-64 M70 Winchesters. If that's poor vision I'll live with it.

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    AR15's aint for looking pretty. they're for killing stuff. Mine won't win any beauty contest but critters sure do hate when I pull it out of the safe.
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    Re: Fine Walnut for AR15/AR10?

    Color: Walnut
    Material: American Walnut
    Style: Carbine

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