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f/s k-80 sporting clay stock and forearm

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by TRW369, Dec 20, 2011.

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  1. TRW369

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    I THOUGHT A SPORTING FOREND IS A SCHNABEL STYLE!



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  2. skeet2day

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    I got a useless soft comb I purchased from you that might fit it...any interest?
     
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    Caveat emptor
     
  4. pheasantsgalore

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    Mike,
    What # of stock would you think this is. Just wondered about drop @ comb, and heel. Thanks,........Rob
     
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    Looks like a #5 skeet to me. Sporting stocks should have a monte carlo...
     
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    I think it is a #4 with a #3 trap for end.

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