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WTB Morgan adjustable recoil butt plate and pad

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by baldeagle, Mar 11, 2009.

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  1. baldeagle

    baldeagle TS Member

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    Anyone have a Morgan curved or straight recoil plate and pad for sale. Prefer aluminum but would consider plastic. Want it for my K-32. I have access to a machine shop forfitting.
     
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    I TRIED TO EMAIL BUT YOUR BOX IS FULL. I HAVE A NEW ONE WITH STRAIGHT PAD. ALUMINUM. XXLUGNUTZ426@AOL.COMXX LEAVE OFF THE XX'S
     
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    Hi, Ihave a new one minus the box that is curved.If you want $25.00 and I will ship. Email me and let me know.Thank You Tim Dearth
     
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    WesleyB Well-Known Member

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    Better get the metal one.. the plastic is ok if you dont angle the butt pad to fit your shoulder pocket. Will not stay in place.
     
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    Go with the Jones Stock Adjuster. It's a much cleaner unit when fitted and installed than the ugly Morgan.

    The Jones will allow youto install any pad you wish. With the Morgan, you're pretty much stuck with the two pads that come with it.

    Doug
     
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