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Looking for a good stockworker

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by headhunter, Oct 29, 2009.

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  1. headhunter

    headhunter Well-Known Member

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    Any reccomendations for someone to take the palm swell out of my 525? I'm a lefty and it has right swell. Hate to butcher it, but if it can be done resonably, and without much trouble, I might shoot it better. Thanks
     
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  3. short shucker

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    Browning makes those guns in a LH version. I think it would just be a whole lot simpler to get another stock. Probably no much cost difference because your exsisting stock would have to be recheckered.

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    Where are you located??

    Location might matter for you...
     
  5. headhunter

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    I'm on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Anyone know if the 625 Left hand stock would fit the 525? that might be a solution. I'm not sure of the cost of new stock or fix the one I have.
     
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    Check with Midwest (www.midwestgunworks.com) and see if they have one. If you can find a lefty you would be better off. Then you could either sell the RH stock or hang onto it in case you decide to resell the gun in the future. A RH 525 would be easier to sell than a left hand.
     
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