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WTB stock for Browning 22 auto

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by trapshootin hippie, Aug 13, 2011.

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  1. trapshootin hippie

    trapshootin hippie Well-Known Member

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    Looking for an stock for Browning Autoloading 22. Know this a longshot, but, ya never know till ya ask.


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    There will be all kinds of them at the Gun Show in Tulsa that is held in the spring and fall. As for finding one somewhere else, the Browning collectors association could probably point you to someone.
     
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    Just remember there are a number of different stocks depending on the year the gun was made and also different grades. The stock hole and where the stock bolt goes is most of the differences.
     
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    Frosty is right -- pay particular attenton to the stock bolt. The ones that go in right behind the pistol grip are wildly different than the others.

    Midwest Gun Works has a Grade II on Gunbroker. Link above. Pricey though.

    -Gary
     
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