This stock created from Qld. Black Wattle, has exceptional figure and color, Note it's left handed, with a left hand Barnard action and True-flite barrel.
Crafted from Spectraply by Cousineau Timbers, Maine. USA Color Desert Sunset The action is a Barnard model ''P''with a True-flite barrel in .308 Palma
This stock is stained AAA marine ply,very strong and light weight
This stock is English Walnut, a superb example of fiddleback, at it's best.
This stock is made from NQ black wattle, which is a member of the blackwood species,it is a very stable and attractive timber, and makes an extremely good stock
This little goody, was designed to shoot with a bipod in F class target rifle application, but also can be used for fullbore competition Manufactured from Spectraply, the color is Desert Sunset, finished with Hi Chem 60% satin acrylic lacquer, Weight is 1.9 kg.
This image shows the radical amount of cast off on the offset Thumbhole stock
Another example of North Queensland's superb rain forest timbers This stock is Black Wattle at its best, with extensive figure throughout.
This stock is crafted from American curly maple, and finished with a jarrah stain,to bring out the fiddleback
This stock is manufactured from a Fiji laminated AAA Marine ply called Bavundi.
Stained marine ply, this stock is small and lightweight, and would suit a lady shooter,
Another example of superb Queensland Maple
This stock is custom made from American curly maple, it was stained black, then rubbed back to expose the fiddle back, and stained again, with a very diluted black stain, and then many coats of lacquer to give the effect shown. The timber was supplied by Cousineau Wood Products of North Anson ME 04958 USA
manufactured from Qld Maple
This is a fine example of North Queensland fiddleback Maple, being very light and stable, a great choice for a T/R stock.
The Off-set stock takes its heritage from the Anschutz prone style, but adds an improvement from the Baker Special (the thinned out forearm). Additionally, it sports a significant cast-off in the cheek-piece and butt stock. This cast-off places your eye closer to being directly behind the rear sight, and as a result eliminates the need to cant your rifle to achieve a good position.