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


5 responses to “Canadian C7 Rifle Made Out Of Wood”

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      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

  3. jimbo Avatar

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

  4. Garrett Avatar

    My floor is covered in brix.