AyA doesn't bother me but I lose my $hit when people insist on calling their stock and forend (the wood parts) "furniture".
I have never heard anyone refer to either buttstock or forend wood on a gun as "furniture", but have known and used that term ever since I became interested in muzzleloaders.
The furniture on flintlocks, percussion guns, matchlocks, and wheellocks refers to the typically brass, iron, or pewter adornments such as patch boxes, escutcheons for barrel retaining wedges, and some purely decorative elements.https://americanlongrifles.org/forum/index.php?topic=31636.0
I don't want to get too hung up on trivial stuff like that, lest I start to sound like Dr. Wanker losing his shit over people calling action flats on a shotgun the "water table". On the other hand, I shake my head when I see someone showing firearms ignorance by referring to the frame of a double shotgun as the receiver. Bolt actions, pumps, and autoloaders all have receivers... but break open double shotguns don't.
BTW, thanks for the invitation to Houston John. But unfortunately, we don't have to travel to see evidence of the massive foreign invasion force occupying our nation, all thanks to Democrat politicians purposely preventing enforcement of our laws. Ever notice how just about all of these "poor" refugees has an $800 to $1100 I-phone and is somehoe able to