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WTB BT99 Laminated Monte Carlo Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by sliverbulletexpress, May 17, 2010.

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    A couple of years ago Browning made a BT99 shot show special that was all nickel and had a grey black laminated montecarlo stock. I really would like to have one of those stocks. I figure some outside source made them for Browning, if anyone knows who may have made them or where I could buy one I would appreciate it. I've looked in the Browning catalog and they don't list them. Thanks,
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    call carroll lance- rushville mo- he is a gun wood expert for laminate stocks--816-646-9652
     
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    Thanks, acss, think he might be the one who made those?
     
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    i think he gets them rough and then fits and finishes to the iron-
     
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