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Browning Citori or XT stock and forend

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by buckshot, Mar 25, 2007.

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  1. buckshot

    buckshot Active Member

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    like new Citori or XT stock and forend, also has the forend iron with it, $550.00, has a fully adjustable stock, and butt plate
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    the stock and forend are a perfect color match, my camera flash made it look like its not matched,
     
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    Hey Buckshot I have a Citori Trap made in 2000, if your stock an forend will fit mine I'm INTERESTED. HOW CAN WE TALK. I'm in California at 559-935-1750 and am home most evenings
     
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    Hey Wireguy, I'm sure that's correct if you knew what Type 3,4,or 5 his is. Can you tell from the picture's what Type his is, I can't. Anyway he won't respond by E-Mail or to this thread. Thanks for your concern.
     
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