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F/S Super-X-1 English Walnut

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Dennis DeVault, Jan 18, 2010.

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  1. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Well-Known Member

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    A customer ask us to advertise this beautiful WinchesterSuper-X-1 for them. The wood is Exibition Grade English Walnut. Great checkering, New stainless steel magazine tube, new buffer, Stu Wright Stage 3 trigger. The gun was just rebuilt and Stu Wright did all the work including the wood. Price $ 2,600.00 Thank you for taking a look.

    Dennis DeVault

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    now this is a nice gun, shot one for a number of years and loved it had to hand it in in our buy back from goverment! forget your 1100 and 390s ( and ive had them all )these are soft to shoot, if i knew anyway to get it here (western australia) id buy it, you dont know how lucky you are with your gun laws, love the wood!! jonnyd.
     
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    Sorry but I forgot to list the stock dimensions. LOP = 14-3/8" drop at comb = 1-5/16" x 1-5/16" Drop at heel = 2-5/16" Cast off 1/4" right Toe out right = 1/4". Hope that this helps.

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    Boy, that is one gorgeous gun!

    Ed
     
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