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what happened to jack west stocks?

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    My understanding is that Jack has retired.
    This is second hand from several of his customers. Post-2
     
  2. Colonel Reb

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    Does anybody else make an adjustable 1100 stock?
     
  3. BRGII

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    Jack West is still in business. He just recently received his new molds and is still in production. Give him a call at: 541 454 2805. BRGII
     
  4. Robb

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    I bought one of his 1100 sets last year and it is very nice. heavy as well. good man to deal with.
     
  5. HarryK

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    I also bought one from Jack a few months ago. The new stock is solid and heavier then the original. This is a nice stock and hard to beat for the price. Jack's also great to deal with. HarryK
     
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    Sorry I posted mis-information. As I said it was second hand. Post-2
     
  7. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    Jack West Stocks has an ad in this month's Shotgun Sports Magazine. A new adjustable-comb stock and forend for 870, 1100 or 11-87 lists for $250 plus shipping.

    Ed
     
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