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Looking for some nice K80 trap wood.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by TrapCrazy, Jan 15, 2011.

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  1. TrapCrazy

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    Looking for some nice K80 trap wood (stock and forearm). Adjustable comb prefered. Not looking for any gizmos like gracoil etc. Just a nice neutral cast stock with nice wood.
     
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    jump on the one i showed you


    GO STEELERS!!!
     
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    just a touch short, but perfectotherwise. stock and forend. $500.
     
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    See my listing nice set of wood.

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    What price range? Over the years I have accumulated a lot of wood

    What LOP?

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene

    my email address above
     
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    Check with Al, I copied his post from another thread. Nice upgraded, full size, uncut wood with factory adjustable comb at a very fair price.<br>
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    Subject: K80 Trap Special Factory Stock<-Wanted
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    I have one I took off my ts. it was on a Parcours Special with up graded wood. it was supposed to be neutral but does have a slight rt hand cast with palm swells & adj comb. $1200 for stock & forarm.. can send pictures 815-228-8889 Al Maly
     
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    Send me your email.
    Mike Battista
    727 410 5212
     
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    email added for pictures. Looking for neutral stock with standard dimensions 14 3/8 to 14.5" LOP etc No left hand cast please.
    Thanks
    Pete
     
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    what price range so people arent wasting your time and theirs with the wrong range?

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    call wenig and check out the American K-80 Stock very ressonable. I have bought two and very happy with them.Call Bobbie
     
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    Price is negotiable but I am looking somwhere between say $700-$1500. i know its a wide range, but I have seen some nice stocks in those ranges. Not really looking for any gizmos, such as gracoil or soft combs. Just nice wood, in a standard trap configuration with neutral or slight right hand cast.
     
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    No Gizmos, just a factory comb
     
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    I'd even consider no adjustible comb as well. But would prefer a factory comb.
     
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    Gene,

    Read his above posts, it says:

    Looking for neutral stock with standard dimensions 14 3/8 to 14.5" LOP etc No left hand cast please.
     
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