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Need help identifying adjustable comb hardwar

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  1. roger8918

    roger8918 Member

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    I need help identifying adjustable comb hardware. I’m trying to identify the manufacture of my adjustable comb hardware. I would like to build a second comb and I need a set of sleeves that tighten on the shafts. Any ideas?

    Roger
     
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    ....second photo
     
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    Is the comb, cut, or butt of the gun marked in any way (stamped or punched)? Looks like Mark Deprez's work. Check the above link.
     
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    Sleeves come in several standard diameters. Measure the posts, then call Graco, 100 Straight to see what diameter sleeves they use. If you don't have any luck with the retail outfits, try the custom guys like Hissem or Rod's Custom Stocks or Allem. Or try Ed Yancock (the Stock Doctor) on this forum.
     
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