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4$ale***Superb Custom MX8 Stock & Forend***4$ale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by EuroJoe, Apr 12, 2010.

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  1. EuroJoe

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    fore end release doesn't look right for an MX-8. But Mike does beautiful work.
    I think you got the wrong pics, Joe.
     
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    Good catch Jose. Looks like a lunatic or some other strate match up to recvr gun
     
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    The wood in your last two pic's are Perazzi wood........ you will need my billet aluminum stock adapters to fit the top to pic's to a Perazzi though......... I like the ribbon in the checkering though. l.g.
     
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    It's very nice of you to post pictures for your friend's beautiful stock work, tasteful execution.

    Nice wood too, really good looking. But that's not Perazzi stock in your pictures.


    Here're 5 Perazzi forearms type 3 and type 4 JFYR,




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    Joe. Go to you first post and you will see at the bottom of the post Edit/delete my post. Click on that and then see at the bottom an see the blue instruction that ways DELETE MESSAGE. Then hit the yes of the Yes/No question that comes up and it will be gone. If the title remains then go back again and do the same thing again and edit the title to read some ambiguity like "Thread deleted" and go to the bottom and hit update.

    Then go to the rest off your posts and do the same thing wiht the Delete function.
     
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    I think with some Bondo and a Dremmel tool it could become a customized MX8 stock.
     
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    MIA check your pm's. l.g.
     
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