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drop in adjustable stock parts for browning

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by gary0920, Feb 4, 2012.

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    Not that easy with the Brownings. Ken Rucker at Speedbumps Stock Works will pull factory hardware out and fill the stock with a piece of walnut then install the new hardware. He did a great job on an XT a few years back for me.
     
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    Tom Larkin, thestockshop.net , does a lot of changing over of the browning comb hardware with excellent results.
     
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    graco makes great hardware repacement. (479)787-6520. i will have some with me at the spring grand in tucson. thanks doug hubbart gunsmith
     
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    Just to second the vote...Graco or Tom Larkin. Both have done work for me and I would not hesitate to recommend either! Jack
     
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    These are the drop in replacement parts that I made for the crappy Browning factory adjustable combs. The stock plate with pins is a direct swap, the comb plate needs some counterbore work and the side lock screw holes drilled.
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