Previous Finished Projects
Finished Projects By Macon Gunstocks
These are just a few of the 1000's project we have completed.
Remington 870 20g Exhibition Feather Crotch Walnut SET fit, light satin spray, B Carve checkering for Kendall in Iowa.
Winchester Model 70 Pre War Fancy Walnut fit, hand rubbed oil finish and checkered for Howell Champman in Virginia
Dear Macon Gunstocks,
I wanted to write your company and let you know how pleased I am with the fine stock that you sold me for a Remington Rolling Block number 4 , .22 caliber rifle. It required very little work to fit it to the receiver then finishing it was a snap. The walnut wood was gorgeous and the customer was very pleased with the end result. I thought I would send you a couple of photos to show you what it looked like as a finished product. I look forward to buying my next stock from your company. I truly appreciate the fine product and your great customer service.
McMillan Legacy G32 Exhibition Turkish Walnut Fit, Rosewood Tip and Grip, Hand Rubbed Oil Finish, Checkered for Mr. Macon of Macon Gunstocks. Action given to Mr. Macon for building protype stock for their new line of bolt action rifle.
Ansley H Fox Fancy English Walnut Set fit, hand rubbed oil finish and checkered for Ray Reid in Texas
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Bullard Lever Action Exhibition Walnut stock and forend fit, light satin spray, original checkering for Bruce in Florida
Winchester Model 42 410g Exhibition Turkish Walnut, Winchester A Carve, Light Satin Spray for Jeff in California
I just wanted to say a quick thank you for the outstanding work that you did on my Marlin 1895 50 B&M Alaskan. The exhibition grade Turkish walnut that you helped me pick turned out amazing!! Also, thank you for the advice on using the Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad and mercury reducer on this cannon. They definitely helped with the bone jarring recoil that it once had before being restocked. I am looking forward to getting another one of my Marlins done so I can look through the ” Candy Store “ again!! Kevin McDonald, Texas