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gunstock

[′gən‚stäk]
(ordnance)
The wooden stock in which the barrel and mechanism of a gun are fixed.
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Part of it, too, is that supplies of gunstock walnut have diminished.
From there on my business kept growing until I was able to quit my daytime job in February of 2012 and start carving gunstocks full-time.
The fascia letterbox panels are decorated with gunstock checkering and the exquisite engraving of the centre console panel has been inspired by Holland & Holland's distinctive forend diamonds.
This is called a gunstock finish and is perfect for tabletops where food is going to be placed.
Chemlon 217 GI exhibits the high levels of stiffness, flexural strength and tensile strength called for in dynamically challenging applications like office chairs, outdoor power equipment, outboard motor covers, and gunstock components, the company says.
As long as tension is applied to the sling, the gunstock will remain clipped in the holster's support hook.
A porcupine quill medicine bag, pipe bowls and a gunstock club crafted by nations living around the Great Lakes during the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries are among the pieces now displayed in the gallery's Canadian wing.
Louis Gunstock of the Ombudsman Service told her that not making exclusions clear in the summary of cover was a breach of the Association of British Insurers code of selling practice.
Beautiful rooms and fabulous food at the Inn at Mill Falls at Meredith near Gunstock - an absolute dream.
I sometimes checker the calls with the crisscross pattern you might see on a fancy gunstock or carve ducks and other designs in relief on the side walls to dress them up.
The flooring is made of a high-quality engineered wood 9.1mm product available in six new woodgrain patterns: Vermont Maple, Valley Beech, Red Natural Oak, Butterscotch Oak, Mount Vernon Cherry and Classic Gunstock.