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F/S or TRD English Stock Set K-80 T-Spec

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by kjohnson, Dec 5, 2010.

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  1. kjohnson

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    K-80 Trap Special Stock Set $1500.00 plus shipping and insurance, or possibly trade for a K-80 PRO SPORTER stock set, or Parcours Receiver with forend iron.

    Stock is 14.25 long with trigger forward. Right hand offset, heel-toe out, and adjustable rollover comb.

    Thanks for looking.

    Mike


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    Nice. This does not look like a factory stock, who made it?
     
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    Thank you.

    Stock designed by Dennis DeVault, comb and hardware-Dennis DeVault. Fancy checkering and finishing by Genesis Stockworks.

    Mike
     
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    does the stock have any cast off, amount of drop at comb and heek? also amount of toe out. thanks wade
     
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    Mike is not here to measure, but I think it is between 1/4 or 3/16 Off Set. Not cast off, cast promotes perceived recoil. 3/4" Toe Out at heel. The comb is a Roll Over.

    Sorry guys, this is the best I can do for now.

    Kathy
     
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    FINALLY !! someone understands the drawback of cast-off, cast-on!!!!!
     
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    Mike is home and measured. Here are the measurements. May not be perfect, but we did our best

    2 -1/2 drop at heel
    1-3/4 drop at rollover comb
    3/8 off set
    9/16 toe out at heel



    Thank you,

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