Re: Gunstock wood
Ok, it is just a blank that I'm looking for. I don't want to "find" something locally, because of the issues of drying it out. I've carved plenty of wood with decoys and I know what troubles you run into with "damp" wood.
Good call buck, all that I have been able to find are the roughed out "blanks" that have been formed on a bandsaw. All I really want is a slab of wood, whether that be cleaned up or still rough cut.
I'm kind of putting the cart before the horse here. I should probably acquire the rifle first before I go any further. Thanks for the replies.
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