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Wanted- Stock for Blaser F3 Combo

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by BradinIdaho, Mar 1, 2011.

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  1. BradinIdaho

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    Need to buy new stock for Blaser F-3 combo. Tried some modifications that did not work.... need to start over. Anyone out there have a custom stock on their Blaser and like to sell their original?

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    Brad
     
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    Brad:Someone had a post on here in the last 2-3 months for a complete set of factory wood that included the forearm iron for $650.00.I would start in early Dec and research the old threads..John KS-OKIE.
     
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    Brad,
    I am sure I have a nice one with an adjustable comb and no checkering. I will look to see how much the cast is. I bought it because it was 14.5 lop and had more of a "neutral" cast and my F3 stock. I decided I prefer a shorter rather than longer stock for clays.

    If you are interested I will dig it out and take a few pics.

    Dan Gill
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