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WOOD STOCK #6989929
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Who makes the best wooden aftermarket stocks? I need one for a Ruger MKII short action. Any suggestions??

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Re: WOOD STOCK [Re: DLALLDER] #6989948
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Define best. Boydís makes nice stocks but they arenít high grade Woods. Most of theirs are laminated.


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http://www.russoriflestocks.com/#2609

You said "best".

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Re: WOOD STOCK [Re: DLALLDER] #6990087
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I'm pretty great. Bolt guns start at $4k. Jerry Fischer can get you setup for around $6k

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Re: WOOD STOCK [Re: DLALLDER] #6990108
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TDK, is that price for just the stock?







Re: WOOD STOCK [Re: DLALLDER] #6990112
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Correct. Not including wood.

Re: WOOD STOCK [Re: DLALLDER] #6990115
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How do I get a price on the wood?







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That comes down to the quality and amount of figure you want.
Hunterbid.com is a good place to check out blanks. Typically $750 gets you a really great blank, I've cut into really fancy stuff that the customer paid $3k for. Cecil Fredi is another great wood provider.

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Thanks, will do.







Re: WOOD STOCK [Re: DLALLDER] #6990180
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Ha ha.....I must have hit the Ruger lottery because this is a factory stocked MK II .270 Win that I purchased at Cabelas. It's certainly not exhibition grade wood but I bet you wont see to many $600 Ruger's like this one.






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Russo is generally known as the best, as far as I know. Iíve seen pictures of TDKís work on here, and itís beyond impressive to look at.


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Sendit, yes, you did hit the lottery. Thatís about as nice a factory stock as Iíve ever seen. I would have bought that rifle for that reason alone.


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Originally Posted By: sendit
Ha ha.....I must have hit the Ruger lottery because this is a factory stocked MK II .270 Win that I purchased at Cabelas. It's certainly not exhibition grade wood but I bet you wont see to many $600 Ruger's like this one.







Pretty sure that gun was a Cabelas exclusive that used Circassian walnut like the Ruger Magnum and Express lines. Notice it even has a black forend tip. It's not your every day MKII that you just happened to get stunning wood with.

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Nothing gives a rifle or shotgun more "character" than a finely grained wood stock.


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