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WANG STOCKS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 7771, Jun 3, 2010.

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  1. 7771

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    Do you mean weing? if so the link is above.
     
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    Looking at the amount of spelling errors present, I'd say someone is having a little fun. That or they need spell check more than most.

    ss
     
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    short shucker

    John A. Bell, a.k.a. THE REBEL, is a long time poster on this website. John is probably in his mid-80's, so the fact that he even gets on the internet and posts here is proof he is more forward-thinking than most of his peers.

    The fact that he is still alive, kicking, and shooting trap is, to me, amazing. Plus, he's still married to the same woman for over 60 years.

    I can cut him some slack on the spelling oversights. I hope you can too.
     
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    Do you mean weing? if so the link is above.
     
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    SS, John Bell has helped a lot shooters on this site as well as the gun clubs he attends. He a danged good shot with his KS-5 too, he likes beating up on the young pups hanging around the GCs!! One very nice man and a true gentleman sportsman!! Lighten up on the spelling police duty.

    Hap
     
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    Now thats what is all about finding value in one of our fellow shooters and letting us all know what a nice man he is and that he is still shooting I hope I can do as well when I'm in my 80's
    Go getum Rebel
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    Does anyone have a picture of a Wenig, American style stock
    on a Perazzi MX2000 unsingle trap that they can post? I'm
    thinking about ordering a finished stock. I have asked for a picture
    of one from Wenig twice but never received a response.

    Thanks

    Johnpic
     
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    Here is one on a Kolar T/A unsingle which is very close to the same.


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    Nice stock.Could you please tell how high much rise you can
    get on the comb.
    I use about 3/4" rise on my perazzi comb.

    John
     
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    The posts in the comb hardware are approximately 1" in length, I would imagine about 3/4" would top out the adjustment.

    The stock was ordered from wenig as semi-inletted/unfinished and after I got it fitted to the receiver and shot it on pattern board, I found out that the comb was about 1/4" too low for my poi so I had a friend cut the comb and install graco hardware.

    You can always get diffent size posts to allow greater adjustment height when installing the comb.

    When you order a stock from wenig the way I did, they ask you what rib you have on your gun and they cut the height of the comb approximately the right size to line up with your rib.

    Mr. Mark
     
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    Unless your looking for Fong stocks for your 1911 ...
     
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    Sorry guys, but I thought Rebel was having a little fun. I have read quite a few of his posts, but never new anything about him. I usually find his posts clearly written and easy to read.

    I just kinda figured he was stirring the pot a little. No harm meant.

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    No sweat.
     
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