World renown as the benchmark for gunstocks with its beautiful colors and graining, the Exhibition Grade Circassian Walnut is perfect for the serious collector looking to add to his collection.
Cody, Wyo. (May 2022) – Big Horn Armory (BHA), makers of big-bore firearms, is pleased to announce it has a limited quantity of Exhibition Grade Circassian Walnut Stocks available for its lever-action rifle line. The Exhibition Grade Circassian Walnut is the highest wood grade offered by Big Horn Armory and the first of its type to have ever been used by the firearm manufacturer. This is an ideal upgrade for the lever-action rifle collector looking to add something special to his collection.
Circassian wood is from the Persian Gulf region and is sometimes referred to as Old World Walnut. It is world-renowned as the benchmark for stocks due to its beautiful colors and graining. The amount of marbling and streaking in the Circassian Walnut wood is outstanding and becomes more prevalent in the higher wood grades. Circassian Walnut trees grow very slowly and often have more heartwood and a finer texture than other trees of their species. The trees are often several hundred years old when harvested. The Exhibition Grade Circassian Walnut is an option that will be available for every BHA lever-action rifle model at www.bighornarmory.com. Call 307-586-3700 or email email@example.com to place your order.
About Big Horn Armory:
Big Horn Armory was founded in 2008 with the expressed intention of designing a Browning-type lever-action gun chambered in 500 Smith & Wesson Magnum. The Big Horn Armory Model 89, made in America, closely follows the work of John Browning with refinements courtesy of modern metallurgy and machining capabilities. The first rifles began shipping in September of 2012 and since then, BHA has added to their big bore lineup with a Model 90 Carbine in 460 S&W, the Model 90A in 454 Casull, the Model 90B in .45 Colt, the Model 89A in 500 Linebaugh and the Model 89B in .475 Linebaugh. In 2017, Big Horn Armory took a departure from its lever-action series and developed the AR500 Auto Max, the most powerful short-range, semi-auto based on an AR .308 platform.