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FS K 80 trap stock

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by sixten38, Aug 23, 2011.

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  1. sixten38

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    Custom stock in walnut for a right hand shooter. The current LOP is 15 inches with trigger all the way forward. There is a 1/2 inch spacer between the stock and the kickeez rocker pad so there is some flexibility in the LOP. The comb is rolled over. Here are the other stock dimensions Drop at parallel comb 1 3/4", drop at heel 2 7/8" with the toe out. Also includes a soft comb. $1500 obo. This For Sale is for the wood only the K 80 is not for sale. Thanks, Dave
     
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    Can you show a photo of the bottom of the pistol-grip so we can see Doc's trademark logo?
     
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    DB Bill, The first picture shows the bottom of pistol grip, but not the usual diamond inset. It looks like a Dockweiller.
     
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    Based on DB Bills observance I going back to the man I got the stock from to verify the maker of the stock, will post once I get the info. It is still a beautiful piece of wood and a great fitting stock. Dave
     
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    I have had Docwiller do 5 stocks for me since 83 and they all have the diamond insert as that is his trademark. Your initials or blank if going to a dealer.
     
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    I talked to Jack several years ago about a stock from him. He told me he did not make stocks with an adjustable comb or a palm swell. I mentioned that if he expected ME to pay for the stock, he would make it to MY specs. That pretty much ended the conversation.

    The plain grip cap is another issue, as is the rough fit of the forend.


    I had KI get a stock made for me, never regretted the choice.
     
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    The thing to look at is the checkering pattern --- 3 things on everyone of his stocks I've ever seen #1) absolutely killer wood - exhibition grade supremo
    #2) extensive and very fancy checkering patterns with lots of ribbons, fleur-de-lis, and #3) the trademark gold diamond with the JL Dockwiler egraved on it.

    Doc's stocks also start at $5k --- this is a nice set of wood but ....
     
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    It should Look like this...Finish Removed... Shoot well..Shoot Often, Bart
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    Bart, go ahead and show them the pretty one. It has a palm swell as did all the stocks he has done for me. I can't comment on an adjustable comb as that is what most people use to find the right dimensions for a custom stock.
     
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    With Right Hand Palm Swell..
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    Bart, that is drop dead gorgeous. A work of art to be proud of. Harv
     
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    Thanks, It is Very Special..I can't take the credit for it..that must be given to JLSO5, I'm just a Proud Owner. Shoot Well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
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