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F/S: Jack West Adjustable Comb Stocks

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Oct 16, 2009.

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  1. skeet_man

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    Just wanted to let you all know that Smingler Shotgun Sports is now going to be carrying the "Jack West" line of adjustable Remington shotgun stocks and forends, in both black and the new carbon graphite finishes. I will add all the info to my website shortly, but I thought I'd post them up here for anyone that might be interested.

    Pricing is as follows:

    Rem 870 Stock Only, Black $179.95

    Rem 870 Stock Set, Black $199.95

    Rem 870 Stock Set, Carbon Graphite $219.95

    Rem 1100 Stock Only, Black $179.95

    Rem 1100 Stock Set, Black $199.95

    Rem 1100 Stock Set, Carbon Graphite $219.95

    Rem 11-87 Stock Only, Black $179.95

    Rem 11-87 Stock Set, Black $199.95

    Rem 11-87 Stock Set, Carbon Graphite $219.95
     
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    Maybe you should advertise on this site. Just a thought. Jeff
     
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    The 870 stock (just not the forend) will also work on a Remington 58, 878, or 11-96...
     
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    Ian, the 1100/11-87 will work on the ll-96, not the 870. I had one.
     
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    Right you are. They seemed to be a nice gun, I handled one or two, probably not enough different from the 1187 at the time to have product differentiation...
     
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    Actually, I had 2 11-96's. One a 28" and the other a 26". The 28" I modified to use for Sporting clays (ported it, Hastings adjustable trigger, added 5 oz to the forearm) and I shot it loose after about 40,000 rounds. The aluminum receiver and magazine tube just didn't hold up well to target use (Yes, I know that it wasn't made for that, but I did it anyway). I loved the way those guns handled for field use...very fast pointing, low recoil, just a pleasure to shoot. I thought that the area on the top of the rear of the receiver looked really cool the way that they milled it out to save additional weight.
     
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    I received an email from Brownell's overnight advertising the EXACT same stocks - same photos, same pistol grip shape, same comb cut, same options and same prices - as being made by Bill Davis Enterprises (URL above).

    Ed
     
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    Ed, to clear up the confusion......Bill Davis produced the Speed Feed line of stocks for many years. He is now producing the current version of Jack's excellent stocks with Jack as a partner. According to Bill, I am currently the most active dealer for these stocks.

    Ken Rucker
     
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    I wish the older version buttstock was still available. I don't care for the eggaggerated "Weatherby" style pistol grip. But whaddaya gunna do? This is the only game in town.<br>
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    Will these stocks readily take paint?<br>
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    Will the buttstock directly accept the Remington R3 recoil pad (or any pad made specifically for the 870/1100/1187 synthetic stocks)?
     
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    Brian, I wish I had known your wants. I sold two of the original style ones at the World Skeet shoot last week. The new ones don't accept the same pads as any Remington syn. stock to my knowledge.

    Ken Rucker
     
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    Brian,

    Jack West stocks are easily painted and almost as easily unpainted. You can use a standard grade of paint stripper to remove paint without harming/softening the plastic of the stock. This is also true of the checkered area.

    I only wish they had a model with a right-handed palmswell.

    ss
     
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    Brian, I forgot about your paint question....sorry!! As shortshucker said, yes, they are very paintable. They are a polycarbonate material, so the only trick is to use a primer that is suited for it.

    Shortshucker....the new model has subtle, dual palm swells......subtle, but there.

    Ken
     
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    Most auto body shops should be able to paint PFS parts. They paint plastic interior and exterior parts all the time and know what kind of flex agents to use.

    Ed
     
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    Do you have these to fit a Winchester Super x model 1 Trap?
    Thanks
    Ugo
     
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    The J W stocks are only made for Remington products at this time. I am trying to convince Bill to make the same stock for Beretta 390/391's, but the cost of the mold is prohibitive.

    Ken Rucker
     
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    gll... Mash on the above link and you are there. Very nice unit and priced right as well... Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
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    Stocks now up on my website, available for checkout via paypal right from the website.
     
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