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WTB-Perazzi Schnabel Forend

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by SMITH47, Aug 24, 2010.

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  1. SMITH47

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    Anyone have a Schnabel forend to fit a six year old Perazzi MX2000 (12ga)

    thanks,

    ernie
     
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    I might have what you need. Call me at 406 821-3215 Tom in Montana
     
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    Smok'n Joe

    Not at this time but thank you for the reply..

    ernie
     
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    how about this one?

    Ernie...what's your price range...Mike can make you whatever you'd like.
     
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    smokin joe, what finish is on that stock??thanks Joe
     
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    Joe,

    it's just a light clear coat finish to show the wood quality and grain...it will all be removed when the set is checkered and fitted, then the real finish is applied
     
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