A while back I bought a trailer load of logs from northern California with the intention of cutting numerous gunstock blanks. After slabbing some of the logs, I started to realize how hard it was getting highly figured blanks without imperfections, especially english walnut. Out of 19 logs I was able to cut 31 blanks that I consider to be mid level blanks. I was able to get a decent amount of slabs for furniture. The cutoffs are in the hundreds. Here are a few pics of the cuttoffs. I will slowly be milling these into bowl blanks, pistol grips, boards for resawing etc… I will post them in the trades section when they are all milled.