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FS Very Very High Grade Exhibition K80 stock

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  1. g7777777

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    http://www.gunsamerica.com/Classifieds/View/_976949789.aspx

    custom English walnut and checkering- longer sloping grip- thinner profile grip to keep your hand inline with the bore

    14 3/8 over a thin pad , 1 3/8 Drop at comb

    would cost $5000 to replace

    $1777

    as new-

    Gene
     
  2. claybrdr

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    Pretty wood, ugly shape. Perhaps someone could redo that abortion of a pistol grip.
     
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    Nice wood, Gene.
     
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    I always wondered what 5000.00 wood looked like.Boy am i glad i did not buy any.
     
  5. g7777777

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    Hairy thanks

    how did you do that?

    regards

    Gene
     
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    English walnut- rosewood grip cap

    100 percent figure- both sides equal and alike

    regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS ask Gordy what a blank like this would cost-
     
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    pretty stock, looks like fajen.

    i'm sure that grip cap wouldn't be hard to remove for those that don't like it, and if that was done it looks like it'd be very close in dimension to a krieghoff factory trap stock
     
  10. jbmi

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    I wish it were left handed and fit a Kolar.
     
  11. g7777777

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    Gordy I hope you are joking-- That is English Walnut and although price is somewhat determined by the viewer-- this blank is figured identically on both sides

    I have plenty of wood here and have looked at thousands of blanks in my hands or in photographs over the years and I would think this blank would sell for $2000 dollars- 3000.

    Email the photo location of an english walnut blank this good for 600- I am interested

    regards

    Gene
     
  12. peanut gallery

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    What happened to mine i wished my 600 dollar stock looked like that.
     
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    I have looked at this again.

    The gripcap could be easily turned down without having to refinish the stock if someone wanted a different profile- or left as it is

    The checkering could be filled in to provide more coverage without the borders- that could be done easily and at little expense if one desired a less "custom" pattern

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    I dont see any English or Turkis Walnut Gordy- I was certain you had some when I looked previously.

    Am I looking at the wrong page?

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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