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F/S: Kolar left hand monte carlo stock o/u frame

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by skeet_man, May 7, 2012.

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    Selling a Kolar left hand monte carlo stock (no forend). This stock will fit any kolar but the T/S single.

    Measurements (measured off the low step or ramp rib): 1 3/8" x 1 3/8" x 2 1/2"
    (subtract 1/8" for flat rib, add 1/8" for the high step or high ramp rib).

    LOP is 14 7/8" as it sits w/ the trigger in the middle position (or about 14 5/8" with the trigger all the way back).

    Comb is offset, 3/8" by my measurement.

    Includes stock bolt.

    A few minor surface scratches, nothing major, no chips, cracks or splits. Recoil pad could use replacing at some point, but its usable.

    $600 shipped to you.

    72 hour inspection period, which commences upon delivery (as determined by the carrier's time stamp on the delivery confirmation). If returned, buyer pay's shipping both ways (you cover return shipping, and actual cost to ship to you will be deducted from your refund).

    As with all wood, fitting by a qualified gunsmith may be required. Return will not be accepted because the stock requires fitting (as you can see by the pics, it fit my receiver fine).
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