Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Thunderbear, Jan 10, 2006.
.. just because of the Quigley theme.
And then I fell in love:
i could masturbate to that wood
wow that is hot.
Nice looking rifle, once I get out of this state and buy my own place I need to expand my collection more, most of my oldest weapons are some c&r's that were made between wwi and wwii, plus a few old rifles that belonged to my grandfather and his father. I want to expand back to some 1800's stuff, all i got now from that era is a repro confederate navy .44 that I've yet to shoot
the wood on my uncles sako .270 is ALMOST as nice as that
the wood on that is nothing compared to the Blaser's.
I dont know if I'd go that far
Well the wood on this gun is very beautiful, but I still like the Blaser's wood grain.
Blasers don't have their own wood grain, each piece of wood is different. You'll never buy a Blaser or a Shiloh or anything with wood that looks like what's pictured.
You are very true, but if I play $30k+ it better look good!
Eh, you can put nice wood on anything, all you need is money. No where near 30k either