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Model 12 B carved wood, take a look

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Big Dave, Jun 22, 2008.

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  1. Big Dave

    Big Dave Member

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    Just bought this on ebay, seller said he also has a matching forearm. I ordered it as well. Stocks are unfinished. He must do them himself as he offered me more sets for $214 a set plus $10 shipping, his ebay name is hardwood4115

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  2. Will

    Will TS Member

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    Could you please post a phone number or email? I would like to contact him.
     
  3. Big Dave

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    My only contact has been through ebay here is the auction number. 300233595707
     
  4. Big Dave

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    Just got his email address

    m2lmeyer@gmail.com
     
  5. Will

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    Thank you, I will try to contact him.
     
  6. John Thompson

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    Being that I have owned no less than 6 pigeon grade Mod. 12's with A,B & C carved wood, and seen many hundreds from when the M-12 was king. This wood is way too straight grained to have ever been used by the factory. Every stock was of excellent figured black walnut and the grip or neck was straight grained for strength. The 3 ranges of wood had to do with the checkering pattern. The cost of this wood is less than what the checkering would cost so it is not a bad buy.
     
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