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Need help with buttstock identification

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by gordy h, Apr 19, 2007.

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  1. gordy h

    gordy h Member

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    Looks like some one was practiceing checkering on a Rem. 870 stock, thats my guess
     
  2. JB Logan Co. Ohio

    JB Logan Co. Ohio TS Member

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    Kinda looks like an 1100 to me, but what do I know?

    JB=Jerry Beach 8503917
     
  3. bridgetoofar

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    Hi Standard 12ga Pump.
     
  4. Ed Y

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    Looks like a Remington pad. If we could see a detailed picture of the receiver end of the stock, It might help.

    Ed Yanchok
     
  5. DANKIM

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    REMINGTON 1148 FORE RUNNER TO THE 1100.
     
  6. Ed Y

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    Wireguy,
    I can't see but is the bolt hole the same diameter all the way through or does it step down to accept a washer and bolt. That would make it an 870 or pump. If the hole is approx. 5/8" all the way through, It would be some kind of autoloader.

    Ed Yanchok

    PS You were right about the capacitor starter. I posted a picture on the "Motor" thread.
     
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