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MX2G... RAD MX stock and SC Forend...FS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, May 31, 2013.

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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    RAD is 14-3/8" screwed in and 15" + should you need it longer. No flaws. Forend is the fully checkered SC type and is 98%. you have to hunt for the marks.
    $650 shipped. Colors match well. NOt "dog heavy" like some. PM Jack. Formerly MIA.

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    Jack,
    Does the O/D of barrels have any effect on fitting the forends out there for sale ? What I wondered, is if the barrels are the 18.4, instead of 18.8 bore, then would there in "some" cases, wood to be removed from barrel channel to properly fit ? Incredible deal by the way !!!!!!
     
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    I'll get back. A lot of yes and nos
     
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    18.8 bbls are larger OD than 18.4. 18.7 usually requires some wood removal. This Forend has had some wood removal and I'm sure it fits a 18.7. I do not have an 18.8 to try it on. (or do the measurements)

    Pretty easy. A flat stick or a dowel rod and sand away. And a lightly opend forend works on 18.4 with no problems, mechanical or cosmetic.
     
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    SOLD!!!
     
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    Thansk James. I really wanted to keepthe forend... They feel great in the hands