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WTB Stock For Old Remington

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by sjmercer1, Sep 28, 2011.

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  1. sjmercer1

    sjmercer1 TS Member

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    Looking for a butt stock for an old Remington 12 gauge. It's for a neighbor's gun. All I could find was the serial #U 130395 on the barrel and the receiver.
    Pump gun with the slide release on the the right side of the receiver--its a push button. Safety is on the front of the trigger guard. Old gun with patent date of Feb. 3, 1903. It's a bottom eject gun also.Also says "Remington Union metallic cartridge co."

    Hope this helps. I'm just trying to help my neighbor out. The butt stock broke years ago and he's looking for a stock, it was a his grandfathers gun.
    Thanks for your help.
    Steve
     
  2. BudsterXT

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    Please post some pictures as most of us would like to see.

    Thanks

    Kenny
     
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    What you have there is a model 10 before they were known as model 10.If you were to go to e-bay and find a model 10 stock,it should fit or need minor fitting.Found out the info in the blue book of gun values.Good luck..Ray
     
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    Sounds like a Model 10 Remington
     
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    Thanks for the info everybody! Anybody have one laying around for sale? My neighbor has possesion of the gun, so I'm not sure about pictures--- I can try if someone really is interested. Thanks again!
     
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