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Teak speargun stock!

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icarus pacific

Nov 7, 2001
Custom and handmade, teak laminated stock for your next speargun! :cool:

Dried, aged, and clear TEAK is cut, the grain is reversed in a book pattern and then laminated with genuine West systems epoxy. That is then aged for 3 weeks to relieve stresses and is precision cut and milled for your specific needs!

4,5, and 8 layers available depending on the length you want, 24" to 120" of dakine stuff! And here's where it gets sweet... if you want, you can get the material pre milled, shaped and machined for your choice of trigger and hardware! It gets no easier to build the bazooka of your dreams! :martial

And since the Sultan is building them, you know it's smooth!:king Wood is good!

Six foot stock, laminated and aged starts at $225 US. Shipping and hardware extra.

Be the hunter you always wanted to be or build yourself some hella cool wall art! Hit the PM button and let me know what ya need!

Check out the stuff below.

DB comp guru
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Lest you think that was a fluke, here's what the basics are and an example of what you can make your sweety for Christmas, and then borrow! ;)

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Is this offer still available? I and a friend are about to build our own. My JBL woody magnum just does not have the power or range I can use, even with shorter bands.

I also do not have as much time as I would like, and do not want to wait 3 weeks for the lamination/cure process.

clay, that post was in 2002, not sure if its valid, but i would think not :)
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