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Can you identify this combe ?.

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  1. Brayburn

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    Hello can anyone identify this adjustable combe please. Thank you Philip.
     
  2. skeet_man

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    Doesn't look factory to me, could be any one of a million different aftermarket jobs with absolutely no way to tell what type or mfg of stock it fits.
     
  3. gun fitter

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    Seitz or Bowmans hardware i think. What gun is anyone's guess.
    Joe
     
  4. rick979

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    It is NOT Seitz hardware.
     
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    Old and older
     
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    Am looking at a comb for an 1100 done about 20 years ago by Joe Hollingsworth of Kentucky and there are similar features. The set screws were for height adjustment and could be screwed down flush. The stock plate is a rectangle shaped plate though. Have a nice Thanksgiving.
     
  8. gun fitter

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    maybe Bill Pierce
     
  9. Brayburn

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    Thank you all for your input, next two questions are any coments on value and anyone interested in giving it a new home. Thanks to you all again. Philip. (the other side of the big pond in the UK)
     
  10. skeet_man

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    Value- I'd say $20 or under without the stock it belongs to, for someone to use as a project. Probably not enough to justify the cost to ship it here.
     
  11. mirage1

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    Looks like Jack West hardware to me.
     
  12. EuroJoe

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    they all look pretty much the same from that angle, but obviously not factory
     
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