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Jack West 1100 Stock 1st generation??????

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ounce-n-3/8s, Feb 14, 2011.

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  1. ounce-n-3/8s

    ounce-n-3/8s TS Member

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    Does anyone have an old Jack West 1st generation stock they want to get rid of? These are the ones that were made back in the early 1990's? I had one and loved it, but ended up selling the gun when it gave me fits at a large sporting clays event. I like the older ones, as the grip seems larger than the new.

    Thanks,
    Shane
     
  2. ultramag338

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    YO HOMO shoot the Ljutic.......... I will et you the stock..... CHILL
     
  3. ounce-n-3/8s

    ounce-n-3/8s TS Member

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    That's hurtful...very hurtful.

    Trust me, I don't want the thing for trap or sporting. Even a dumb-ass like me, won't attempt to take the bi-gun hunting. No safety on it. :)

    Plus I didn't want to bring up the fact that you had told me 4 MONTHS AGO!!!! that you'd call Jack and find one for me. :) I bet our fat little umpa-loompa friend would have already found one for me by now. :)
     
  4. short shucker

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    The grip on the newer model is bigger and longer than that of the older ones.

    ss
     
  5. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Everybody knows trapshooters are NOT oompa-loompas...we are Weebles
     
  6. Bill Roberts

    Bill Roberts Active Member

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    Not these two guys>>> They are realllllllly large oompa's>>>
     
  7. short shucker

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    That's not true Calvin'. I've fallen many times. LOL.

    ss
     
  8. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    OUCH!! sorry to hear that buddy : )) LMAO2
     
  9. ounce-n-3/8s

    ounce-n-3/8s TS Member

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    They may have a longer sweep to the grip, but the older ones have a larger palm swell and feel thicker. Maybe they just seem thinner becuase I've gotten fatter......it's all relative I guess.
     
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