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K-80 Custom Stock & Forend F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mouse, Dec 22, 2012.

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  1. mouse

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    For Sale K-80 custom stock & forend - $2500 shipped. For additional info either call or email me. Thank you.

    Mickey
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    Nice chunk of wood - I leveled your photos and it looks like quite a bit of down-pitch - do you have any idea what it measures?

    LOP to the end of the wood and the total LOP?


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    It's 14-3/8" LOP AND 1-5/8" on comb. I have another pad that makes it 14-1/2". Could split the stock but it is too pretty.
    Thanks
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    What about the pitch?
     
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    I believe the pitch is about 1-1/4" downpitch and I notice I made a mistake on the comb...it is 1-3/8" rather than 1-5/8"..sorry. Call me if you would like to discuss further at 816-540-8942. Thanks.
    Mickey
     
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