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MIA... Fresh new TMX stock... F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Jul 26, 2009.

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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    This is a fresh stock off of Phil Simms Bench. It is a Perazzi clone and will fit any regular right hand Perazzi shooter. 1/4" to 5/16" cast off, 1-3/8" with comb down, 14.5" LOP, palm swell and fitted to my TMX and TM1 Special receivers. Feels great. Looks better than an SCO. Limbsaver trap pad. $850 plus shipping.

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    Call Jack @ 715-441-2384, email, PM or days at 800-344-4840

    This stock was made to my specs to resell to a TMX owner that wants to start fresh. The TM1 stock seemed to go well. Next up is my fave MX stock that Phill will make fo rthis project series.

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    If you could buy this form Perazzi, it owuld cost you $1500. The nice thing about starting wiht a fresh stock like this is that it increases the value of your TMX by the amount this stock will cost.
     
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    Make your gun into a 4 grand TMX wiht this stock
     
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    Ink. No. the forned is an upgrade. They are really a good match. But my daughter shoots lights out with anothr rather high TM stock on this gun. If I were shooting the gun this stock would not be for sale. It is a premo item.
     
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    I think you will find this particular style/geometry to be a soft shooter. Because the recoil direction is at the side of your face twoard the part of your shoulder that can accept the movement readily. That is my experience wiht these cast off, paralell monte carlo stocks that Perazzi designed. Some of us believe thye have a more forgiving design than current P stock design. These look good and feel good.
     
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    This stock will fit a RH shooter. Hands down!
     
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