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FS: 870 Field stock w/adj. comb

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Tron, Feb 21, 2013.

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  1. Tron

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    870 Field stock for 12ga. Has my old style 4 way adjustable hardware, nothing fancy, but highly functional. Kickeez Sporting pad with LOP of 13 3/4".

    $150 shipped to lower 48. Email my website if interested.

    <a href="http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v712/Tronspace/?action=view&current=DSCN1211_zps4ed22221.jpg" target="_blank"> DSCN1211_zps4ed22221.jpg </a>
     
  2. senorric

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    Is this a cut out "870 Express" stock? Don't believe Remington ever sold anything like that -----
     
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    Yep, it's an Express that's been laying around here for a few years or so.
     
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    If it was 1 1/4 inch longer i'd buy it.
     
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    LOL.
     
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    seems like it would be a nice stock for someones 870 slug gun
     
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    How much work to make this fit a 20 gauge 870? I'm putting together a few guns for new kids to shoot at our club. I know is is wider than a 12, but would it still bolt up? I don't need a perfect factory fit. Butch from Pgh
     
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    I've fitted a couple of 12ga slug gun stocks to 20ga 1187s.

    All you need to do is use the stock bearing plate in the back of the 20ga action (basically a washer contoured to fit in the receiver recess) as a template on the face of the 12ga stock tenon. Then using very sharp wood chisels or if you have time to spare an X-acto knife set, slowly shave the outside of the tenon until it fits the action. Don't take too much off at a time. Don't reduce the length of the tenon. Don't worry about the trigger recess - it will fit. The width of the stock will match.

    The main difference is with the top. The stock will stand up slightly above the receiver. I didn't bother to reduce the height of the two I did. It's not noticeable unless you look real close. If it bothers you, it can be contoured to match, but then you'd need to refinish it.

    If Tron has a 20ga action maybe he'd do it for a fee?
     
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