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stock identification help (3rd try)

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by high 2, Dec 23, 2009.

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  1. high 2

    high 2 Member

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    3200 Remington is what it looks like. Larry
     
  2. EvansK

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    Hi Don,
    I have compared your stock to an extra stock set that I'm ready to install on my Remington 3200 shotgun, & the inletting appears to identical to yours. Please let me know if you plan to sell your butt stock. Do you have the fore end?
    Best regards, Evans
     
  3. BigDave1200

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    A more direct picture of the receiver end would positively help with the identification. It does look like a 3200 stock.
     
  4. halfmile

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    The long wrist is a 3200 characteristic.

    HM
     
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  6. jsteenson

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    Looking at the cast off it appears to be a left heand stock.Jack
     
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    dnldr cast on or off has to do with moving the position of the eye/face to better align with the sight plane. A cast off, for a right hand shooter will move the butt farther from the shooters face, compared to where it would be with cast neutral. I doctored the photo you posted to illustrate.

    The long green line is running down the centerline of the action tang, and would also be running down the center of the rib if a shotgun was represented instead of just the stock. The shorter yellow line clearly shows a "bend" in the stock at the grip area. For a right hander, this is cast off. I don't know why, but they call it cast on for a left hander!

    Mike
     
  8. BigDave1200

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    Is this a right hand stock or a left hand stock? thanks I'm lost
     
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