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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by tracyhunter, Dec 11, 2011.

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  1. tracyhunter

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    I have a Beretta 682 that is neutral cast.My m-32 is 3/8 cast off and fits me just fine.I don't know of any stock fitters in Central Illinois so my question is can i send the receiver and stock off to a stock fitter and have them put 3/8 cast off in the stock with out me being there?
     
  2. Ed Y

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    Although you can have it done without your being there, you may find that you need more cast with the Beretta than with the older Krieghoff since the K gun is usually thinner than the B gun. Most stock benders also need the barrel along with the receiver and stock, in order to get a center line line for measuring purposes.

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  3. Go Fish

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    Larry Wehinger Monroe, WI 608-328-4339 does stock bending. He bent my Citori stock and did a very goo d job. I would go back yo him anytime. Address is W4259 Theiler Rd. Monroe, WI 53566.

    Ed Fish
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  4. EuroJoe

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    You must like getting hit in the jaw! Just have an adjustable comb installed and offset the comb to your taste. How did your Model 32 get the cast-off? They no doubt came from the factory neutral.
     
  5. tracyhunter

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    Eurojoe, I put a PFS on the m-32.May do the same w/the 682.
     
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