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Looking for a Left Hand stock for K-32

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Bill61, Jun 20, 2012.

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  1. Bill61

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    I need a left hand cast stock and forehand for a high grade K-32 skeet gun. Please contact me if you can help.

    Thanks, Bill McInnis
     
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    Bill

    I have this extra stock it has palm swells on both sides and is neutral.The adjustable comb set screws are on the left setup as a lefty.I do not know who made the recoil system but works well.

    I would like to trade it for a nice trap stock for a K 32, but might sell it any interest?

    John G.
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    John, thanks for your response. I really need a stock with a left hand cast. I have broad shoulders and a short neck and the only guns that fit me well have at least 1/4" cast for a left handed shooter. Bill
     
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    I sent you a PM, thanks Ronnie
     
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