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NEED A TRAP STOCK FOR AN 870TC

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Tracer, Feb 9, 2012.

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  1. Tracer

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    I just got Remington 870TC and would like to put a trap stock on it. The one that is on it looks like it has a drop like a field stock but is really nice wood. I'm not familiar with the "TC" part of it but with the nice wood it may be designed for some part of the trap shooting game. It has 30 in. barrel with screw in chokes. Anyone got a stock laying around that you want to part with?? Would appriciate any info about the gun also. Thanks, Del
     
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    Buy a Jack West stock set. A little over $200 and you will have it all.

    Bill
     
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    Thanks Bill,
    I will check it out. Del
     
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    As per P3AT it's probably a trap stock, you can get things to raise or make the comb parallel if you want it to shoot a little higher. The C grades normally have very nice wood and cut (not pressed) checkering. Ross Puls
     
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    Thanks for the info on the TC. It does have really nice wood and cut checkering. I guess I will just leave it alone. Nice to have friendly, knowledgable folks on a site like this.
    Thanks again, Del
     
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