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STOCK & FOREND LEFT HAND

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by decimamas 54, Sep 30, 2011.

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    decimamas 54 Active Member

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    Stock and forend left hand with palm swell, excelent shape
    $ 800.00 USD including shipping
     
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    Knowing what it fit's would be helpful.
     
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    I bet it fits a gun.

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    I guess you could buy the stock and forend and then find a gun to fit it.
    Not typically done that way but sometimes you have to think outside the box.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing...I am left handed. Also, why do these stock re-workers cut the combs right into the pistol grip area...I can guess because it is easier. That is a deal breaker as you just cut most of ones thumb rest away.
     
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    bgf, If you are using the front of the comb as a thumb rest, the stock doesn't begin to fit you. Pictured, I think is the best way to cut a comb.
     
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    IT IS FOR PERAZZI MX8-2000
     
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    Don't shout, anyway it appears the table it is on has better wood grain.

    Robert
     
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