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Sell/Trade - Exhibition-Grade Wood for BOWEN

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by bgf, Aug 31, 2010.

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  1. bgf

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    Gosh darn Bill...that is some pretty wood. Do you think it would fit my 3200?

    Should not last long......

    Bernie
     
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    I think it's beautiful and will last a long time. Would you take $159 so I will have enough to put down on a Bowen?
     
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    Serious question Bill, what is the drop at the heel on this stock? Also the lop figures you give is that just the wood or you including the distance to the trigger like if it was on the gun?
     
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    Seems to me,if you measure from front of trigger guard, to top of rib, add about 1/2" and you'll have a good guess at the DAH measurement of the stock.

    ART H.
     
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