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WTB K-80 std forend iron

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by B.C., Feb 19, 2011.

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    good luck, you might want to think M32, hard to find K80 and expensive! B.C.
     
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    I'll have one in two weeks I will lets you know.
     
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    Mr Rob just got a S-Scroll K80 receiver and forend iron and I am ready to take the std forend iron out and sale it to you. The question is how much? Do not now what the market is for it, but I know are not easy to find. If you need to see it pm and will send you pictures. Thanks Jake
     
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    Please notice that this is all factory original K-80 iron and wood. Pristine condition, perfect wood and metal fit. $650.00 for both


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    If you are using a K-32 forend iron on a K-32 Forearm wood, a K-80 iron will not fit your wood.
     
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    Then you all set, $400.00 for the iron.

    Jake
     
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    Thanks Rob, but I will not be up for much longer, Talk to you later.
    JAKE
     
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