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F/S Beautiful Wood from 1100 Skeet-T, SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Mr. Flinch, Oct 4, 2011.

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    Sold pending funds. Back in the late 1980's I bought a new Remington 1100 Skeet-T with this beautiful wood. Well, one day I was shooting with my late Father (whom I loved very much) and he fired a reloaded shell that contained far too many Red Dots. The gun blew up at the chamber area and was destroyed. I couldn't find any of the wood from the forend. Fortunately my Father wasn't seriously injured but I was left with a new buttstock, that's all. I bought a new forend from Remingtom and put the wood up for another day. I quit shooting anything that would accept a skeet stock and fit so now I'm ready to sell this high grade wood. The stock has light scratches on the left side (I tried to show in a picture) and the forend is perfect. Asking $250.00 shipped. I have a few more pics upon request. Thank you, Mark. PS. I lowered the price, $350 was too high.
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    Any suggestions? Should I refinish the stock or leave as is. I need to sell this wood and the damage is hardly noticeable. If too high I want to know because I really don't know if what I posted is a fair price. I don't want to rip anybody off but I don't want to be ripped off.
     
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