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Luxus Walnut Gunstocks

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1Is Walnut Good For Gun Stocks?

Walnut possesses a number of qualities that make it the ideal material for gun stocks. Its exquisite, heavy figuring may be stunning to look at, but its beauty is more than skin deep. Walnut is hard, dense, and resilient.

2Is Black Walnut Good For Gun Stocks?

Found in North America, Black Walnut is the most popular wood for a gunstock on the continent. It has been used for centuries to stock everything from military rifles to flintlocks. The coloring is less rich than its European cousins, often without the heavy contrast in grains that you see in other types.

3How Are Gunstocks Made?

Traditionally, stocks are made from wood, generally a durable hardwood such as walnut. A growing option is the laminated wood stock, consisting of many thin layers of wood bonded together at high pressures with epoxy, resulting in a dense, stable composite.

4Is Maple Good For Gunstocks?

Maple is a strong and durable wood, comparable in weight to Walnut and is generally light in color and is highly prized for gun-stocks due to its bright fiddleback and quilt figure.

5What Kind Of Wood Is Good For Gun Stocks?

Though a few custom rifle fanciers choose maple, mesquite, claro, bastogne or American black walnut for their stocks, the vast majority choose one of the several varieties of thin-shelled walnut, scientific name Juglans regia.

6What Is The Best Oil To Use On A Gun Stock?

Tru-Oil® Gun Stock Finish has been the professional’s choice for gun stock finishing for more than 30 years. Its unique blend of linseed and other natural oils dries fast, resists water damage and will not cloud, yellow or crack with age.

7What Is The Best Finish To Put On A Gun Stock?

The best finish to put on a gun stock is an oil finish. It is easy to apply, durable and can be used on finished and unfinished wood. Oil finish is also water-proof, prevents UV light from damaging the wood, and can last for several years.