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This is out of hand!

As soon as I saw the title of the post I knew it was going to be about carving, and I already had some jokes ready like “CONFIRMED: Hickok45 is old” … yea it was a work in progress.  I started the video up though and HOLY SHIT.  Turns out he didn’t make them, but regardless they are amazing.

The company that makes them is called Wood Caliber, and they are based out of Davison, MI.  The M1911A1 on their website is currently starting at $1800… keep in mind it’s basically a piece of artwork.  There is no question those things would take a long time to build, by hand or by machine.

Wood-1911-HandgunYou know I have to ask… When is the Deagle brand Deagle and Glock brand Glock coming out in wood?  Well there actually already is a wood Glock which I posted about, but it’s not as impressive… I also posted a wood FN SCAR and a Canadian C7 (M16 Equivalent) Rifle which are quite impressive.

Thoughts?

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When given the choice in school between making a coffee table or chair:

A SCAR-L was born.  Hopefully he got an A+, because it looks pretty damn good.

Must have been a country school, because they would shit a brick in most cities over this type of thing.  Who knows, maybe it wasn’t even made in a US school.

Check out some more pics – HERE

The craftsmanship reminds me of the wood Glock and the wood Canadian C7 rifle from a while back.

Any of you guys every make something similarly awesome?

Hat tip: Yogi89

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This definitely adds some more excitement to the game:

That’s cool and all… but when does the add-on for the Glock come out? :P

If you want to build your own, the inventor made a 25 minute instructional video – HERE

Now all we need is a Jenga rifle with a red dot sight, and a quad rail full of accessories.

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Very talented guy,  I wouldn’t even know where to start.

Pretty neat that he made it in parts just like the real rifle.  I was pretty impressed to see the detachable ELCAN optic, magazine, and working bolt too.

Reminds me of the Wood Glock 19 I posted about a long time ago.

More info on the C7 at Colt Canada – HERE

Background of C7 wiki – HERE

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Really nice job on the carving…

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