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Stock for 12 ga 870 remington

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Portigee Duckman, Dec 19, 2010.

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  1. Portigee Duckman

    Portigee Duckman TS Member

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    FELLAS , I'm looking for a MonteCarlo stock for a remington 870 wingmaster
    12 ga Tell me what you might have ? Thanks
    PS . Old and Used is OK But , Good Shape
     
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    Calkidd Well-Known Member

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    I have one, but take a look at the pictures and tell me if you might be interested. I needs a little work, but $50 it's yours.

    Bryan
     
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    If the first chap doesn't take it, I will, it would be perfect for a slug gun with a scope.E mail with your phone no and I'll give you a call.Jack
     
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    Calkid , I'm very interested ,PM me with how to get you the funds.
    Theres no cracks, Right ?
     
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    No cracks, just the dents on the bottom of the stock and other handling marks. Honestly they might be able to be ironed out or sand to the contour of the stock.

    I'll send you a PM regarding payment.

    Bryan

    Jack, if this does not go through I'll be sure to let you know.
     
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