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K-32 Original Monte Carlo Trap Stock

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by barrelbutton, Oct 2, 2011.

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  1. barrelbutton

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    K-32 factory trap monte carlo stock and fore-end. Good for field or hunting. $125. Please contact Ira Place at iraplace@aol.com with any questions.
     
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    Tell me more about the stock - dimensions? Dockwiller? Krieghoff red wood?

    I remember you and Connie. I lived in Florida and shot primarily at Winter Haven Skeet & Trap Club. I was a banker in Haines City, FLA and was a referee under the guidance of Warren Bennett and under the control of Chet Knackawicz. You were great folks. In fact, I think of you both quite often - as well as Chip, Hal, Gary, Howard Shaw, Charlie Baldwin, Dennie Densmore, Stan Snodgrass, Bill Houghland, Bill ("Lurch" they called him) and Barbara Conner and Julia Armour, George Leshier(sp?) etc - many others, including Robbie Powell. We did not know what fun we were having, eh?
    I am old now (66) and live in North Alabama. Still shooting skeet, although those 99's and 100's are not happening as often as they used to happen. HAW-HAW!
    I quit shooting for 30 years (from about 1981 to 2011). Am now a member of Southern Skeet & Trap Club in Birmingham, AL. I still shoot 4-barrel sets and now have a Crown and Super Crown. In fact, my Crown set came from Michigan. Never thought I'd own such nice guns.

    I spoke with Dusty Rhodes the other day..... He is in Pensacola. I either see or talk to Gary Randall once or twice a year. He is into shooting rifles now - no skeet.

    I just bought Alice du Pont's monte carlo stock (dockwiller) at the Kansas City gun show in July. Someone else had bought her gun and put a different stock on it. Hence, her beautiful stock was for sale by the man who made the new stock for the current owner of her gun. I'm having a longer pad put on it now. Works good for me in skeet. It is a parallel comb 1-3/8" drop at comb.

    Wishing you well, I am
    Mike Durhan
    Hayden, Alabama
     
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