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WTB MX Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Tom@eel, Oct 17, 2012.

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    Butt stock for MX-8 w/CNC era reciever, MC trap, appox. 14 1/2 LOP, 1 1/2, D@C (off low, flat rib) D@H not important, cast off or adj. comb would be nice as well as SO wood, no palm swell. May have to have this made. Just checking what might be available before putting down the big bucks. Please PM with photos if possible.

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    Up please.
     
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    This is actually a stock from an MX9....exactly the same as MX8, except the adjustable comb hardware is different....it is more expensive to produce, and was discontinued with the MX9. Here's the difference....to move the comb right or left, insert the tool in the hole in the comb, and turn....the hardware is threaded and will move one way or the other depending on which direction it's turned.....certainly better than the post system used now. The comb is raised or lowered with the same concept....release the lock screws on the side of the stock, insert the tool thru a hole in the bottom of the stock and turn. It's threaded, and will move up or down with turning. Stock has no cast, no palmswell, and measures 15 1/2" wood only. There is a cheezy pad included, and an adjuster tool. Schnable forend. This stock is designed for trap rib guns. It would be very high for a flat rib gun. These don't come around very often. $750 delivered.

    Guy Hungerford 916-447-1488 pacific pm or email.
     
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    Still looking, Tom
     
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