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WTT 1100 comp adj stock for Monte Carlo

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Hunter1978, May 16, 2010.

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  1. Hunter1978

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    Looking to trade a remington 1100 competition stock for a Remington monte Carlo trap stock gloss figured wood. Not looking for a slug stock. It has been on a gun and shot very breifly but is in perfect shape with nice figured wood. I have the original posts plus 1/4" longer ones and plastic washers that I'll include. Let me know what you have and a pic if intrested.
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    Do you have the recoil pad it came with jm
     
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    It never came with a pad. I used a morgan from anouther gun when I tried it out and have since put that pad back on the original gun. This is a really nice stock but I prefer the monte carlo.
     
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    Does the competition stock fit an 1100 classic trap?
     
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    Looking to trade a remington 1100 competition stock for a Remington monte Carlo trap stock gloss figured wood. Not looking for a slug stock. It has been on a gun and shot very breifly but is in perfect shape with nice figured wood. I have the original posts plus 1/4" longer ones and plastic washers that I'll include. Let me know what you have and a pic if intrested.
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    Do you have the recoil pad it came with jm
     
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    It never came with a pad. I used a morgan from anouther gun when I tried it out and have since put that pad back on the original gun. This is a really nice stock but I prefer the monte carlo.
     
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    Does the competition stock fit an 1100 classic trap?
     
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    It should
     
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    I have a Monte Carlo stock from a 1100 Classic trap in great shape with the original remington recoil pad that I will trade with you. PM me if you are interested. JM
     
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