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Quaker Practice Carving Stock

$45.00
StyleColonial

Quaker Stock - Woodsrunner (Out of Stock), Colonial, or Southern Mountain Rifle

These stocks would be great for carving practice, and any thing else you would like to try your hand at!

These can be any grade of maple, cherry, or walnut. It depends what we have on hand.

If you have a preference, please let us know in the "add note" section at checkout and we will let you know if we have one for you!

 


Quaker Practice Carving Stock

$45.00

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
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Joe Somerville
Too pretty

My Quaker stock is so nice I can’t bring myself to waste it on practice carving. It wants to be a halfstock rifle.

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Gerald
A learning tool with bonus potential

I bought the carved Woodsrunner version of the Quaker practice carving stock primarily to learn about stock carving from a physical model rather than photographs, second to try finishing walnut with bone black and linseed oil, and third – as a potential bonus – to see if I could use it to make a half-stocked variant from my existing Woodsrunner kit.

If you’re thinking of going the half-stock route you should keep your expectations realistic: these are sold as cut-down practice pieces precisely because they don’t meet Jim’s standards. Mine had chipping and gouging, perhaps from an errant CNC tool. The ramrod hole had not yet been drilled and there was, of course, no patchbox lid.

Happily, the important bits from my existing kit fit perfectly and with some filing and sanding and drilling I’m on my way to making a bonus half-stock for my Woodsrunner. Even if I couldn’t, this would still be worth the money as a learning and practice piece.

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Jeffrey Gardner
Too good to be a practice stock

I wish I could post pictures of the Woodsrunner stock I received as a practice stock. Upon seeing it, I wanted to cry that this piece of wood would not be gracing some lucky man's rifle. It must be at least their extra fancy maple and is more likely to be some of the extra extra fancy that they had for a while. And it is also the incised carved version as well. Maybe I could try to build it up as a half stock Kentucky some day. Or pass it on to daughter to see if she can do it after I get too old. Thank you, Jim, it is an honor to just get to hold a piece of stock this fine,and I'm very thankful that by luck of the draw I get to be the caretaker of this wonderful wood.

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Ian Peterson
Good practice stock

A deal to make sure you're ready and not messing up your nice stock

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Lee Maden
Quaker stock

As all my kiblers,i love it and when carved it will become a beautiful crossbow! And will compliment my other 4kiblers no they are not for sale! They are like my chillens 😂

Shipping

Liquid Shipping

Liquids will not ship in the kit box. There are different regulations that apply to the chemicals that we sell and they will need to ship ground, when the kits will ship USPS Priority Mail. Plus, it would really stink if a liquid were to leak on your beautiful new kit!

Order tracking

You will receive tracking information when your item ships. For kits, you will be contacted before shipment and after shipment so there is no need to worry about a kit box shipping when you are out of town. All other packages will ship when available and you will be emailed a tracking link.

Get in touch

If you have questions, feel free to email us at info@kiblerslongrifles.com or give us a call at 330-551-5844. Even if you have to leave a message, we promise to get back with you right away. Bree can answer most questions and she will be sure to ask Jim when needed.

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
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(24)
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Joe Somerville
Too pretty

My Quaker stock is so nice I can’t bring myself to waste it on practice carving. It wants to be a halfstock rifle.

G
Gerald
A learning tool with bonus potential

I bought the carved Woodsrunner version of the Quaker practice carving stock primarily to learn about stock carving from a physical model rather than photographs, second to try finishing walnut with bone black and linseed oil, and third – as a potential bonus – to see if I could use it to make a half-stocked variant from my existing Woodsrunner kit.

If you’re thinking of going the half-stock route you should keep your expectations realistic: these are sold as cut-down practice pieces precisely because they don’t meet Jim’s standards. Mine had chipping and gouging, perhaps from an errant CNC tool. The ramrod hole had not yet been drilled and there was, of course, no patchbox lid.

Happily, the important bits from my existing kit fit perfectly and with some filing and sanding and drilling I’m on my way to making a bonus half-stock for my Woodsrunner. Even if I couldn’t, this would still be worth the money as a learning and practice piece.

J
Jeffrey Gardner
Too good to be a practice stock

I wish I could post pictures of the Woodsrunner stock I received as a practice stock. Upon seeing it, I wanted to cry that this piece of wood would not be gracing some lucky man's rifle. It must be at least their extra fancy maple and is more likely to be some of the extra extra fancy that they had for a while. And it is also the incised carved version as well. Maybe I could try to build it up as a half stock Kentucky some day. Or pass it on to daughter to see if she can do it after I get too old. Thank you, Jim, it is an honor to just get to hold a piece of stock this fine,and I'm very thankful that by luck of the draw I get to be the caretaker of this wonderful wood.

I
Ian Peterson
Good practice stock

A deal to make sure you're ready and not messing up your nice stock

L
Lee Maden
Quaker stock

As all my kiblers,i love it and when carved it will become a beautiful crossbow! And will compliment my other 4kiblers no they are not for sale! They are like my chillens 😂

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