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Help Remington wingmaster

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Murphy, Mar 10, 2011.

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  1. Murphy

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    I recently purchased a Remington Wingmaster 20 ga. on another site, came in with a badly damaged stock. The seller had it insured but Fed X after looking at pictures of the box want to settle for 1/2 of the insured amt. The seller is willing to take it back or give me cash toward new stock. I want to keep the gun and buy a new stock. My question is, will a stock from any wingmaster fit any other Wingmaster if both stocks are from the 1970's. I have located a stock but don't want to buy a stock that may not fit. Thanks, Dave
     
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    If they are willing to pay for 1/2 of it they are admitting fault.

    Make them pay for all of it.
     
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    Fight them !!!! Insist they pay for a new stock, matched with a forearm and properly fitted if needed. Start with filing a complaint with your local BBB and then go from there.
     
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    You can use any 870 stock. If your serial number ends in "X" or "N" your gun is built on the 12 gauge frame and takes 12 gauge stocks. If your serial number ends in "K" or "U" are built on the small frame and take LT or LW stocks.

    You can also use any 1100 stock but you will need a long (10 1/2") stock bolt.

    Michael Goines
     
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