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K-80 #4 Trap/Skeet Stock

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Ifitfliesitdies, May 27, 2012.

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    K-80 #4 Trap/Skeet Stock #7 Fore end. Crown/Exhibition grade Krieghoff MSRP $5400.00 asking $3495.00. LOP 14 3/8.

    Here are some Pics that show the stock better. We tried to reduce the glare so you can see the figure in this wood. The pics still don't do it justice.


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    I'm selling this for a friend.

    I'll answer any questions you may have.

    Thanks,
    Tom
     
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    DrK,

    We think it's a 4A but I haven't had the chance to put it on my receiver and measure it. I've been home with the flu this weekend. As soon as I feel better I'll get it measured and get some better pics up.

    Thanks,
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    I've updated the pics, there's still some glare but these are still much better.

    Tom
     
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    Take some pictures outdoors. You have a lot better results.
     
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    If you place something dark (wood for a gun) on top of something very light (white sheet or paper or white anything) the camera will expose for the white background leaving the wood very much underexposed -- and it's worse if the light bacground is shiny so to get good photos of something like a gun but it on something fairly dark that doesn't reflect much light a towel is great.

    The towel being dark won't screw with your exposure and the towel being soft will not reflect back toward the camera.

    Try this method as it's better than going outside in the bright sunlight
     
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    Thanks Bill, we'll give it a shot.
     
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    Hi there,
    Erock_germany placed a WTB for a #4 stock, perhaps you could pm him.

    Simon.
     
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