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In our company you can find walnut wood for sale.
Nut grafts. Chestnuts. Hazelnuts. Forest nut. Own orchard.
About Walnut Wood
Walnut wood is a hard and hard wood, it has quite large pores that can be seen with the naked eye, soaked, unitary or in groups of 2-5, with shiny green or purple tiles. Narrow medullary rays, these can be seen very easily with a magnifying glass.
When kiln-dried, walnut wood tends to a pale brown colour, but when dried naturally (in the open air) it can take on a purplish-brown colour. Because of its colour and hardness, walnut is highly valued and used in furniture and joinery.
Common walnut (Juglans regia) is different from black walnut or American walnut as it is also known (Juglans nigra). Walnut wood sometimes has a rippled texture and black walnut wood tends to be darker in colour and may have a paler album that emerges when the wood is sanded by planing.
Because of its strength, walnut wood has been used in the production of rifle stocks since they first appeared and to this day. Walnut wood was used to make the stocks of the famous German Gewehr 98 (G98) rifles produced by Mauser, which were used between 1898 and 1935. Walnut wood was also the basis for the production of the Lee-Enfield rifles, which were the main firearm of the British Empire forces in the first half of the 20th century.
Freshly cut walnut heartwood has a greenish colour, but once it comes into contact with the outside air the pigment that gives the heartwood its green oxidises and turns brown.