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Wanted...Forearm wood for TMX

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by rick979, May 16, 2009.

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  1. rick979

    rick979 Active Member

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    Let me know what you have, Thanks, Rick
     
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    Good luck. I have never seen one of these for sale. If any one has one of these, I'll take one too. Tom Ward
     
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    Well. I have TM1/TMX in professionally refinished condition. I'll get a pic and a price up this morning.. . No iron, just really nice wood. Get your arm and leg out.
     
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    Ok. Her is the story. Doug Braker professionally rrefinished and recheckered this forend. I wanted it as a spare And do not need it (for the moment). This is the larger forend and I prefer those simply because they hav a bit more weight adn the gun seems to feel better "in the hands". I have $175 in the refinishing alone. It is as beautiful in your hands as it looks in a pic. Better in fact.

    A good forend is worth $175 adn I want my $175 refinishing cost back. But you get a absolutely perfect forend to replace your bunged up one. $350

    Rick, you get first crack. You will need a depends when you open the shipping box and handle this forend. Send me a email so I get a time stamp.

    Jack
     
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    That is my pet shark in the water jsut above th forend picture. I feed it errant grandchildren. Keeps the rest in line.
     
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    We have one here at the Silver Dollar. It's the old style from around the early eighties or late seventies. I can send other photos if interested. $100.00
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    I have a mint large forend for 175.00 I also have a custom forearm that has some small defects shown in the pictures for 250.00. I used a PFS stocks and the forearms are left over now as I just got a set of Anton wood back refinnished that I will use instead.
    Buddy 813-967-5900 cell in FLA

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    Anton Wood this is why I'm selling the other forearms saving for a TM1 for this Anton setup.

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    mine must be better. Costs more
     
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    Jack: Shook a few "out of the woodwork" with this thread...didn't I???
     
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    Rick. I have a brand new RH cast off, palm swell all orig P butt coming this week for a TM1 and another for a TMX. Get out your big checkbook. Yu want it? you got it!
     
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    Hey Jack, Of course yours cost more I can't imagine what that back round in the pictures cost you plus upkeep. Just thought I'd mention this as people do not figure in the hidden costs involved.

    On my post I even forgot to mention I gift wrap free times are tough I still did not get my tarp funds yet long lines Chrysler, GM,AIG and all the others ahead of me.
     
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    OOE. You are going to have fun shooting that Anton. They look good but many folks have to line-up their beads prior to calling pull. I have a beaut Hillmer on a 1100 and it is mucho comfortable but it has some horizontal misses in it that drive me nuts... But carry on and I wish you the best, but do not sell the old lumber.
     
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    Mile Battista, If this is the slim TMX forearm, I want it. I will call you tuesday morning. Tom Ward, 817-538-4663.
     
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    Tom: You are a little late. I already bought that one. Rick
     
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    Been looking at all this. I have a TMX forearm, SN63xx, that I'll sell for $35 plus shipping - about $6. Structurally sound as new -- no cracks of any kind. Been refinished once or twice. Checkering is almost smooth. Let me know.
     
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    Some times you hold too long you just have to release when you see the bird.
     
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    Sold the standard forearm only custom one left.
     
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