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WTB - Older Jack West Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by jamiebanker, Aug 3, 2010.

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  1. jamiebanker

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    I am looking for an "uncut" Jack West stock for an 1100. I would like to have one of the older ones that is solid as opposed to the newer models that are hollow inside.

    My daughter has outgrown the one that I had cut for her when she was in middle school. I want to set it aside for her younger brother and get a new one for her. Let me know what you have.

    Jamie
     
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    I have an old style Jack West stock and it is hollow. JM
     
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    My old style is also hollow ---was not aware of a solid stock --possibly very early production? Bob
     
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    The one that I bought directly from Jack about 2 years ago is solid. I have seen pics of the new ones and they are hollow. Maybe the one that he sold me was VERY old. I like the weight of it.

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    Anybody?
     
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    Hey Jamie, I have what you are looking for. There were about 3 generations of Jack West stocks. The first generation of stocks were hollow. The second generation was solid with an extended pistol grip cap. The third generation was the carbon fiber look and some had the new age checkering.

    I have a second generation solid stock that is painted. I will email you with pictures to see if you are interested.

    Hit 'em hard,

    John
     
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    Trapmanjohn, Nice paint on the stock, but a little too much for my blood. Still looking.

    Jamie
     
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    Jamie you have a PM...from me!!
     
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    Still looking if anybody has a second generation Jack West. Thank you.

    Jamie
     
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    I have what you are looking for. I has an adjustable comb. Other than that it is uncut. I will send you some pics when I get home tonight. It is solid and heavy. No forearm though.

    Chad
     
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