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F/S: S&W factory target stocks for N-frame

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by AveragEd, Aug 28, 2012.

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  1. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    These genuine S&W N-frame square-butt checkered target stocks came off a 629-2 and are like new with one minor exception - there is a dull spot in the finish at the top of the right panel. I tried to show it in one photo but it is hard to see.


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    Their screw and shipping to the "lower 48" are included for $120. The gun, unfortunately, is not.

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    $120.00
     
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    Okay, $85.00 plus $6.00 USPS Priority Mail shipping to the "lower 48" - if no takers, they go back in my safe to appreciate in value. These are 28 years old, S&W hasn't made checkered target stocks out of "real" wood in a long time and this particular size and butt type haven't been made for 22 years. My original price is what N-frame square-butt stocks like these are selling for; the new price is what the much more common K/L-frame size sells for.

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