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M12 field grade stock for 16 gauge

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Wahoo, Feb 22, 2009.

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  1. Wahoo

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    I am looking for a field grade buttstock for a 16 gauge M12. The present stock is fine but it has good figure and a very good gunsmith-installed recoil pad and overand is the standard LOP. I don't want to cut down this nice stock but I always need to shorten any gun I use so am looking for a plain field grade stock that I can cut down to fit me. Condition of finish unimportant as well as the usual dings but no cracks or gouges. Thanks.
     
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    I have a checkered set of small gauge wood- sile is the manufacturer and I would sell the set ( which is new- never having been on a gun) for $149 and would take your stock in partial trade if you wanted to do that

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    Any gauge model 12 stock will fit. If you are going to cut it down and is a plain stock then a 12 gauge will be wood proud but you can take that down also. The inletting is the same for 12,16 and 20 gauge.
     
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