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WTB- 1100 upgraded stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by travisalfrey, Jul 15, 2012.

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  1. travisalfrey

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    I just purchased a really nice 1100 12 gauge but it has a trap stock on it which makes the poi way too high for me in skeet. I am looking for an above average looking stock- I guess they call it a field stock or a standard stock to replace the monte carlo stock it has.

    Travis in NC
     
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    Travis,
    I have three really nice factory new stocks that would probably be just what you are looking for. Two of the stocks are 1100 Competition stocks and one is an 1100 G3 stock. None have ever been mounted on a gun and all have very unique and beautiful grain.I would be interested in an outright sale or possible partial/full trade for your monte carlo trap stock. I can post pictures if you are interested. You can send me a PM on this site if you like.

    Regards, Jim B.
     
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