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WTB 1100 Trap Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by fletcher, Feb 16, 2009.

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  1. fletcher

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    Looking for a 1100 trap stock doesn't need to be perfect as I need to shorten it for a young shooter but his is to pretty to cut down.
     
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    I HAVE ONE LAYING AROUND SOMEWHERE . IT IS A STRAIGHT COMB WHICH IS BETTER FOR CUTTING DOWN. I THINK IT IS ALREADY SHORTENED A BIT. THE FINISH ON THE TOP IS DETERIORATED/FADED I THINK FROM A CHEEKEZE PAD IT HAS CUT CHECKERING . I WILL LOOK FOR IT AND TAKE A PHOTO /MEASURE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.
    I'M THINKING 40 BUCKS. LEAVE OFF THE XX'S ON EMAIL ADDRESS

    JOE
     
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    If you find it lugnutz426 let me know.
     
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    fletcher,

    Another common problem for smaller shooters in addition to the length of the stocks they use is the height of the comb.

    They need to be able to put their cheek bones snugly on the comb and still be able to look along or slightly down-onto the rib.

    Rollin
     
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    FLETCHER

    FOUND IT. SEND ME AN EMAIL (LEAVE XX'S OFF ADDRESS) AND I WILL SEND YOU PICTURES

    JOE
     
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