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WTB - New Ljutic factory Adjustable Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by whiz white, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    I'm still looking for my own use. Must not be any out there in trapshooting land, as I've had no emails.

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    Whiz, I have this set at Phil Simms being finished. It's a nice set of AAAA Exhibition English for a adjustable rib Ljutic I carved and Phil is in process of finishing it out. Email me your dimensions and I can tell if were close or not. Thanks, Doug @ SGS
     
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    Will do, Doug.

    I shoot a high comb, 1" drop and front and about 1/8" less at rear. Probably 14 ½ - 14 5/8 LOP-am getting older so a bit shorter is probably better for me. Like a palm swell, RH and the arc for my hand at the swell is a bit tighter of a radius. At least that's how Perazzi made one for me over in Bresica.

    I would probably have it made into an adjustable comb, and I prefer the comb that Perazzi is now using, that ugly looking "nose out front. I like the straight & level cut back for the comb instead of the arced piece that you see with after-market combs.

    Price is also a player here too. I used to build rifle stocks so I know it can get pricey real quick.

    Let's finish this through email.

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