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MIA...K80 Butt and Forend...F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Feb 9, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Somewhat shortened. About a half inch. But an excellent project stock for a Gracoil or a RAD. Or fix up your kid or wife to shoot a K80. Regardless a very nice standard neutral stock from the K folks. $500 for the set. no flaws to note other than the lop off the back. But it will still work/look right because the MC hump is maintained. Jack 800-344-4840, cell 715-441-9817, EM or PM.
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    Is that a #6 stock?
     
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    TC. I am a Perazzi guy. Know nothing about K stocks. All I know is that it thought it to be full length when I bought it for my K80 project and decided on a MX15. Happy I did now as the 15 seems to be a fit. Moves a touch slower due to wind resistance, but all the rest of the feel is in place.
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    Actually, had I kept on with the K80 project likely I would have added a used RAD I have around the house. I'll toss that in for another $100.
     
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    Jack, I'll take it. email sent, thanks
     
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    unit is sold to Hardrite
     
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