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F/S MX8 Adjustable Stock and Fore End-MORE PICS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mette56, Jun 17, 2010.

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  1. mette56

    mette56 Well-Known Member

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    For older MX8 style. Length of stock is 15 3/8". Not sure of length of pull and cast is neutral...I believe. Jack West adjustable soft comb. Some finish wear on end of fore end. In fair shape. $250.00 plus freight. Trying to get pictures up...

    milt
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    Do you know if it will fit a cat 3 or 4 forearm iron?

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    no I don't know...


    How would I tell???

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    Check the forend wood in this pic. see if the wood has the cut out for the two screws in TYPE 4.

    TYPE 3 on the first left, TYPE 4 on right three.



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    i POSTED MORE PICS OF THE FORE END. tHERE ONCE WERE HOLES IN THE END BUT THEY HAVE BEEN PLUGGED. dOESN'T LOOK LIKE THESE HOLES ARE PARALLEL AND IN THE SAME PLACE???

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