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F/S Ljutic Stock & Forend

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Rastoff, Sep 20, 2010.

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  1. Rastoff

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    Cast? Cant? LOP? DAC?
     
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    DAC= Drop At Comb - It's the distance the comb is below the rib. You can't measure that without the gun either.

    It's a shame it's cast off. The comb looks high and that's a good thing for someone like me who has high cheek bones. Alas, I'm a lefty and cast off won't work for me.
     
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    I may have an interest. I have a Pro Rib. How high is the Olympic Rib? 0.90"?
    A few more questions:
    Is the 13.625" for the stock with or without the pad. If with the pad, please give me length without the pad.
    Also, DAC...can you put a ruler on the comb and measure the drop from the comb to the heel?
    Many thanks.

    WNCRob
     
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    HI, I would like to know if you still have this wood f/s ?

    thanks,Steve B
     
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