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WANTED: BROWNING BPS MONTE CARLO STOCK!!

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by senior smoke, Oct 4, 2009.

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  1. senior smoke

    senior smoke Well-Known Member

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    anyone have a used or new browning monte carlo stock they will sell me for a 12 gauge bps?
    steve balistreri
     
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    I would be in the market for one also, but concede first dibs to senior smoke.
     
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    Midwest Gunworks used to have some, but I haven't checked lately.

    Wenig has a pattern for a neutral cast M/C trap stock. They don't have anything in the "New American" style.

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    Midwest has a part number for a trap stock at $150.00, but no pics or dimemsions. Will try to contact them. Thanks for the source.
     
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    thanks for the info so far.
    steve
     
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    When the BPS first appeared on the market a Browning rep. wanted a Monte Carlo stock made for his. One of Brownings stock people cut his stock from the pad to the thumb groove and sandwiched in about a 1/2" piece before reinstalling the comb. After final shaping, he "painted" in the matching grain on the addittion. When the finish was put on you couldn't find the cut line except behind the recoil pad. I am sure he didn't pay the market price for the modification but it probably turned heads wherever he showed it.

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    big jack:
    wish i was that talented to do that modification.
    steve
     
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