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Citori Stock Type 1 or 2 ? WTB type 3

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by oleww, Jun 27, 2010.

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  1. oleww

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    Need help identifying this stock.

    I am looking for a type 3, but mistakenly got this instead.

    Any ideas what type Citori this stock goes to, so that I can properly resell it?
     
  2. wireguy

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    We need to see the lower tang area. The length of the tang tells much.
     
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    another picture.

    Any ideas what gun this stock belongs too?
     
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    Without any other data, I would hazzard a guess it's a type 2 long tang field stock.





    Jim
     
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    Check Brownells. They carry most of the Browning stocks and you should be able to find one like it there. Or at least a picture of it...

    Kevin
     
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    It looks just like the stock on my pre-Invector Plus (so Invector) Citori field 20 guage. Same long lower tang with two screws, round end, similar wood.
     
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