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FITASKI stocks in high gloss burl wood!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Remdog1187, Jun 26, 2009.

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  1. Remdog1187

    Remdog1187 Well-Known Member

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    Brand new FITASKI 1100 & 391 high gloss burl wood stocks & forends. Looks alot like birdseye maple. Very attractive looking, very functional. Brand new pics on our website, http://FITASKI.com

    Jeff Kosharek 262-203-2676
     
  2. Easystreet

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    Jeff,

    These "burl wood" stocks are actually synthetic material....... right?

    Easystreet
     
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    Jeff, I'm interested in a stock and forend for an 1100 but need more details. Please contact me at the email address above (drop the "x").

    Ed
     
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    Yes they are solid composite. Film dipped. I put one on my 1100 target gun right away. It looks great, balances well and allows me to have the proper POI. Hard to believe when you look at it that it's not wood. My buddy has a very high grade SX-1 with a $2500 birdseye maple custom stock, it's difficult to tell the difference between the two. You really have to look close.

    I understand that there are alot of people that really appreciate a quality piece of wood on their gun. I am one also. But this alternative has quality, functionality and high aesthetic value at a reasonable price.

    Regards,

    Jeff K.
     
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    Good looking stuff!

    Got me thinking???

    Curt
     
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    Isn't this the same process and look that Mo Bragg at Shooter's Emporium is selling with his soft touch recoil reduction unit? What do these units cost.

    JON
     
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    Hi Jon,

    We are not affiliated in any way with Shooters Emporium. They have a recoil reduction system on their stocks and must film dip them also.

    Check out our website for pricing and the particulars. $325 for a stock & forend
    film dipped.

    Jeff K.
     
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    These pics will stay up. Photobucket "PRO" allows you about 1000 pics, but as you get over a hundred the server slows.
    But these pics serve a greater good to the shooting community and I will leave thme up.
     
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    You need to make some for perazzi tm1's
     
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    Jeff,

    I have looked at your web site but there are no "particulars" listed. What finishes are available and are they all $325.00?

    How do I order? Please don't take this the wrong way but there isn't much info on your website.

    Joe
     
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    Joe,

    I appreciate your insight. When you get to the home page, click on ORDER YOUR FITASKI. That page will show you the categories (391, 1100 etc.), dimensions and
    pricing. To view the finishes, click on PATTERNS AVAILABLE. This will show you
    patterns available, explain colors, our high gloss finish vs. the low gloss
    "Sure Grip" finish. I hope this helps.

    If you have questions or would like to place an order, contact me @ 262-203-2676
    or email me @ Remdog1187@yahoo.com

    Jeff Kosharek
     
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    Jeff, apparently you see something different that we do when you use that URL. I cannot find any links on the page the URL you provided directs me to. I would also like to see the finishes available and learn the answers to the questions I sent you via email.

    Ed
     
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    Sorry Jeff but like Ed I can't find any links on the website.

    Thanks. Joe
     
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    Ed,

    Click on the website address above. Once you are on the FITASKI homepage, click on the orange rectangles marked, "Order your Fitaski" and "Patterns Available".

    If you still have problems, call me & I will gladly walk you through it.

    Jeff Kosharek 262-203-2676
     
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    Jeff, there aren't any orange blocks anywhere on that page! I'll try to call next week.

    Ed
     
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    Jeff, the page works fine. I am able to see everything.

    DB3006
     
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    DB3006,

    Thanks for your comment. Everyone else is seeing it too so.....................

    Jeff K.
     
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    Not seeing the links either. I'm running IE 8.
     
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    MIA, in your pics, is one gloss and the darker the sure grip?
     
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