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WTB 1100 Wood

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by brad99g, Sep 22, 2011.

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  1. brad99g

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    Looking for wood for a 1100. Need an adjustable comb, and something not as skinny as factory. My factory wood on my 1100 Comp is just to thin for me.
     
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    This a factory 1100 Competition Adjustable Stock, with well matched 1187 fore end. Is this what you are looking for?


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    No I have the 1100 Comp factory adjustable stock, guess Im looking for something a little heavier, Im probably going to have to find something after market. The factory stuff feels to thin for me. Thins a better word then skinny I suppose. Would like to have a right hand palm swell and so on. I found one really nice set on here, but not quite ready to settle for it yet
     
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    A Jack West stock would probably fit the bill for you.
     
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    yeah it probably would, Im just not a fan of sythentic on my trap gun. I know its pulling hairs but I want to stick with wood. Just my personal preference.
     
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