Canadian C7 Rifle Made Out Of Wood


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



Josh May 7, 2010 at 09:51 am

That is pretty cool. I wonder how he made it. It almost seems like most of those parts could be made by putting a chunk of wood in a machine that normally machines them out of metal. If that’s the case, I guess it wouldn’t be much different than a very accurate plastic replica, but with wood instead. Still unique though! I’m sure it wouldn’t be hard to find someone willing to pay quite a bit for one.

PP May 7, 2010 at 05:55 pm

I’ve seen a few people over the internet who would make AR-15 lowers using wood or plastic. They work just as well even if they look a little weird.

Also, there’s a dude in Texas who creates working model firearms out of paper maché on Youtube. He’s created a paper M1911, a Remington 870, an AWSM, an unfinished AK-47 pistol, and a couple of K98 rifles. His current project is a paper MG-42
Check him out, his screenname is Tacome1942.

Admin (Mike) May 8, 2010 at 12:44 am

Yea, I saw on one of those home gunsmith forums a few of those wood and plastic cutting board lower receiver projects. neat stuff!

That Tacome1942 guy is pretty awesome. I posted about him a while ago HERE

jimbo May 7, 2010 at 09:08 pm

good thing he’s in Canada, any American who tried that would get screwed by Mr. Jerkface from th ATF.

Garrett April 27, 2013 at 12:34 am

My floor is covered in brix.

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