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Can a PFS grip be made out of wood

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by schutzemgud, Sep 11, 2010.

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  1. schutzemgud

    schutzemgud TS Member

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    I would like a PFS stock for my Remington 90T. They don't make a grip for it as it isn't a current model and it was not a highly produced model.

    I am wondering if a grip can be made from a wood stock?

    Mike Sudz
     
  2. shot410ga

    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    If you've got the money, they can be made.
     
  3. chiefjon

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    These are made by Stocker John Fittinger...503-668-1938. Noone else would touch my DT 10. The first one was so great I had a second made.

    JON
     
  4. old tex

    old tex TS Member

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    Mine for Seitz was made by Phil Simms and it's beautiful.
     
  5. citadel

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    I second calling Stocker John. I saw the one Chief Jon had done one day at Coon Creek in Sacramento. Stocker John charges about $1,100 or so for the grip and matching comb. The quality is excellent. The quality of the wood you pick has an impact on the cost. He built it for my MX10 and it works great and looks wonderful.
    Doug
     
  6. Cray

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    Several years ago, I got mine from Pat McCarthy, Dawson Enterprises.
    Since he's been selling the Stock Loc, I don't beleive he still does.
    He's located in Ohio. Cray
     
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