Design Your Gunstock

Start designing your gunstock! Choose the blank you would like from the list below. They are categorized by wood type.

American Black Walnut

Very popular with U.S. production gunmakers, American Black Walnut is the most prevalent stock wood on war-time and military arms from WWI to the present.

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“The term is used to differentiate from California walnut varieties, with American Black Walnut growing east of the Rockies. The overwhelming choice by today’s American shooters for their gunstocks, even the lower grades make sturdy useable stocks that perform the purpose; cost does not necessarily make a better stock-it just adds to the beauty and value of the gun. Strong and stiff, with good shock resisting capability.” 

#AB394

Included in base price

#AB398

$675

#AB521

$300

Claro Walnut

Claro walnut is black walnut that grows in California. California has a twelve month growing season, unlike states with walnut trees which have severe winters. Claro gives the best bang for the buck: beautiful wood without the exorbitant price.

Claro Walnut

Claro walnut is black walnut that grows in California. California has a twelve month growing season, unlike states with walnut trees which have severe winters. Claro gives the best bang for the buck: beautiful wood without the exorbitant price.

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“Pigmentation is notably reddish cast with sharp contrasts of color running from yellow through ocher to tan and purplish-black is solids or streaks throughout the figure. For sheer vibrance and depth of color and figure, no other wood can match Claro.”

#CA331

Included in base price

#CA336

Included in base price

#CA338

Included in base price

#CA339

Included in base price

#CA342

Included in base price

#CAA332

$95 added to base price

#CAA474

$145 added to base price

#CAA514

$145 added to base price

#CAAA300

$300 added to base price

#CAAA465

$300 added to base price

#CAAA466

$300 added to base price

#CAAA467

$300 added to base price

#CAAA468

$300 added to base price

#CAAA469

$300 added to base price

#CAAA470

$300 added to base price

#CAAA471

$300 added to base price

#CAAA472

$300 added to base price

#CAAA473

$300 added to base price

English walnut

Without a doubt, English walnut is the finest wood for gunstocks. It is also the most expensive. Most English comes from California. However that supply is slowly dwindling.

English walnut

Without a doubt, English walnut is the finest wood for gunstocks. It is also the most expensive. Most English comes from California. However that supply is slowly dwindling.

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“Most custom stockmakers agree that the English is every bit as good as the European and Turkish woods”

#E376

$545 added to base price

#E475

$300 added to base price

#E477

$400 added to base price

#E478

$435 added to base price

#E479

$350 added to base price

#E482

$350 added to base price

#E483

$450 added to base price

#E484

$450 added to base price

#E485

$335 added to base price

#E486

$395 added to base price

#E487

$475 added to base price

#E488

$500 added to base price

#E489

$400 added to base price

#E490

$350 added to base price

#E493

$625 added to base price

#E494

$450 added to base price

#E495

$300 added to base price

#E496

$500 added to base price

#E497

$475 added to base price

#E499

$450 added to base price

#E515

$475 added to base price

#E516

$460 added to base price

#E517

$505 added to base price

#E518

$600 added to base price

#E519

$425 added to base price

#E520

$425 added to base price

Bastogne

Bastogne is a cross between Claro Walnut and English Walnut

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“. . .a hybrid, the result of natural cross-pollination between the English and Claro Walnuts. . . nicknamed ‘Paradox’ walnut, but Bastogne is the most common name used by today’s stockmakers. The resultant tree is like neither parent. . . heavier, denser and stronger than either parent. . . especially suited for the magnum type rifles with heavy recoil. . . most likely the finest gunstock wood in the world available to the custom gunsmith and certainly the scarcest; it is satisfactory for use on the most elegant custom guns.”

#BS510

$305 added to base price

#BS512

$475 added to base price

#BS513

$550 added to base price

#BS258

$650 added to base price

Turkish Walnut

Turkish walnut is a walnut variety grown in the harsh climate of Turkey. Known for its hardness, it takes fine checkering well. Unique minerals in the rocky, mountainous soils create the beautiful defined charcoal streaks on a light background that are typical. Traditionally the premier choice for hard recoiling or safari-style rifles, and preferred by London’s finest gun companies for a century or so.

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“The parent of all European Walnuts, one of the finest and strongest gunstock woods. It is without question the King of all stock woods.” 

#T180-529

$700 added to base price

#T275

$650 added to base price

#T413

$650 added to base price

#T414

$400 added to base price

#T417

$1600 added to base price

#T420

$2400 added to base price

#T422

$300 added to base price

#T425

$500 added to base price

#T428

$2350 added to base price

#T430

$750 added to base price

#T432

$700 added to base price

#T433

$675 added to base price

#T436

$1200 added to base price

#T437

$1700 added to base price

#T438

$1575 added to base price

#T439

$1850 added to base price

#T440

$2475 added to base price

#T444

$1200 added to base price

#T445

$1200 added to base price

#T446

$1450 added to base price

#T463

$200 added to base price

#T464

$1275 added to base price

#SP503 – Moroccan

$400 added to base price

Myrtle

Myrtle is a wood that has a lighter colored background but unlike maple it will have a variation of colors like red, black, or brown in the wood.

Myrtle

Myrtle is a wood that has a lighter colored background but unlike maple it will have a variation of colors like red, black, or brown in the wood.

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“A hard strong wood. . . found only in a small area of northern california and western Oregon. Takes and excellent polish has a wide range of color from light to dark shades. Popular with many American custom stockmakers since World War II. Light in weight, strong, checkers well, and makes an outstanding stock in color and figure.”

#MR222

$975 added to base price

#MR238

$625 added to base price

#MR240

$775 added to base price

#MR310

$175 added to base price

#MR311

$225 added to base price

#MR424

$1275 added to base price

Maple

Here at AI Gunstocks we keep an inventory of highly figured maple stock blanks, predominantly the Bigleaf Maple variety.

From Gunstock Woods And Other Fine Timbers – Virgil Davis

“Noted for being strong, durable and warp free, Bigleaf Maple is finely textured, and native to northwestern coastal regions of the U.S.”

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#MA172

$450 added to base price

#MA197

$200 added to base price

#MA198

$225 added to base price

#MA200

$250 added to base price

#MA201

$200 added to base price

#MA202

$200 added to base price

#MA504

$750 added to base price

#MA505

$875 added to base price

#MA506

$685 added to base price

#MA507

$750 added to base price

#MA508

$800 added to base price

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