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WTB: K-80 Forearm Iron

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by bmclane, Aug 5, 2011.

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  1. bmclane

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    Looking for any grade K-80 iron.
     
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    K80 Iron with K32 San Remo Engraving... $850.00 shipped UPDATED INFO.For All of those Confused.
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    Fla Big Poppa- dont mean to rain on your parade but that is a standard grade forearm isnt it? Not San Remo as you have labled?

    Note picture of San Remo forearm attached

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
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    Gene, Please..be right when you step out. I had a K80 standard iron..engraved to Match K32 San Remo ..to use new style wood. Thanks for your in-correction. Shoot Well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
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    Well mine is a San Remo K80 Iron- that is what the normal reader would say your wording meant

    Now you say it is a K32 pattern? or iron or?

    Regardless- the iron you posted has basically standard K80 engraving pattern although that pattern can vary widely

    At the best- your post was misleading and overstated what that iron was-


    Regards from Iowa

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    And you wonder ..Why, You have Such a Following. Always Stiring The POT.
     
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    So how would someone know this wasnt a K32 iron that you just had nickled?

    Gene
     
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    Gene, Of All people, you..would and should know that the radius of the iron were it meets the wood at the action is slightly different between the k32 and the k80,thus the reason for needing the iron for the New k80 wood set...All one would need to do is install it on a k80 forend wood set..Early k32 irons #1375 do not fit on k80 wood..and this one does. As for it Just being k32 nickeled..
    Their are a Few of Us That Still Stand for what they Say..And Do what they Say.
    Thanks for the continued conversation about a potential sale, that you have Nothing to do with. I will be sure to keep you posted about Satisfaction and or Dissatisfaction with the potential Buyer.
    You also,now have my vote ...on The Know it All Thread. Shoot Well..Shoot Often,
    Bart
     
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    I know early K32 irons are different but they are the exception-- later irons are the same as K80

    You said it was a K80 San Remo iron ( I see you have now changed your first post and modified it to be correct-- you could have done that when I pointed it out rather than conducting this long argument about why you are correct)

    Your K80 iron though has exactly that amount of engraving of a standard grade K80

    That was my whole point- it is not a K80 San Remo Iron

    You can package it any way you want- it looks like a standard grade K80 iron

    I enclosed a picture of what a K80 san remo iron might look like- there are many other examples available-- they all have 100 percent coverage
     
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    Gene, It's not a Long Story...it's Just a Fact that it is a K80 Standard...Polished smooth and engraved by Mr Bill Mains to Factory San Remo Grade Gun... An EXACT COPY OF ORIGINAL FOREND..Continue to Think what you will...you will Always be Right..even when your not.
     
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    No I have no reason to doubt what you say now that you have changed your original post

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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