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Ljutic, Perazzi, K-80, Left Hand Stocks FS

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by andybull, Aug 11, 2009.

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  1. andybull

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    *************Looking for a left hand Kolar stock and forearm*******************

    I have various left hand stocks, Ljutic One Touch, Perazzi MX series, K-80. All are custom made stocks except for the Ljutic which is factory. These measurements were taken from an MX 2000 with a flat Sporting clays rib.

    $1,000.00 for the Ljutic factory stock and forearm.

    Red Perazzi stock and forearm:
    LOP 14"
    Drop at comb 1 3/8, drop at heel 1 3/8
    Slight offset
    1/4" toe out $550.00

    Adjustable K-80 stock and forearm, built by Phil Simms:
    $850.00

    The soft Touch K-80 Stock and forearm, built by Phil Simms:
    $1000.00

    *****************Looking for a left hand Kolar stock and forearm**************

    Thanks,

    Andy Baez


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  2. Cardude

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    send me some photos of the ljytic
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    If you have to ask, you cannot afford them.

    Good work Andy. Good work.
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    TTT with more info.
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    Added some more..............
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    Andy,

    Seems you have a number of LH stocks. How about a Browning XT or BT100? Would be interested.

    Bernie
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    No Bernie, sorry.
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    The wood is walnut, the stock is for an MX detachable series gun. I don't have a forearm for this one. The finish was sanded off and a light oil finish seems to have been applied, this was done before my time. You can have this one for $350.00
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    Sorry Rocky:

    The stocks I have available are for K-80's (Phil Simms), Perazzi's, One Touch.

    Andy.
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    Please contact me Bart Reynolds @ 954-242-6959 about first picture of Perazzi stock with ebony grip cap if still availabe, Thanks Bart Reynolds
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    Bart:
    I removed your stock from the pictures, it will be boxed and shipped out to you tomorrow.

    Andy.
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    I can't tell what you have left for MX series Perazzis.Could you send pics/specs?
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    twoatloweight:

    Please check the pictures and descriptions again, I tried to make it more legible. If you need more pictures, let me know....

    Andy.
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    Andy I need a stock and forearm for a Perazzi MX 2000s, i am left handed. Please let me know if you have something that will work. Thanks in advance for your help.

    Oscar Fernandez
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    Oscar:

    If your gun is a non-removable trigger gun, I don't have a stock for that type.
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    How much cast on does the Ljutic stock have?
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    1/4 to 3/8 cast and toe.
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