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F/S- K-80 Factory Woodset-#6?,TrapSpl?*SPF***

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by pheasantsgalore, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. pheasantsgalore

    pheasantsgalore Active Member

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    High grade, beautiful set of factory RH wood, trap special dimensions, has adj. LOP butt installed also. Very light handling marks, stock bolt incl. Pics later. Will be at Grand in 2 days thru Aug. 17th if you want to look at, pm if at all interested. SOLD PENDING FUNDS,Thanks, Rob
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    from the photo it almost looks like a #6. If it is I'm interested, and will be at the grand Thursday in search of a #6 for my San Remo.

    has the stock length been cut for the pad, and if so, how much came off?

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    I am not positive if #6, or trap special wood, as I used on trap special combo with 3/8" spacer, and worked great. Sorry guys, if it is a #6, then please correct me. Thanks, Rob
     
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    Rob you have a PM