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  1. Shooting Related Discussions
    What manufactures choose their forend wood from the same tree as the stock vs just pulling ‘close matches’ from different bins? Specifically, is there a grade of wood where the forend and butt stock will be a matched set? i think Krieghoff could have done a better job matching on this one...
  2. Want to Buy/Trade Threads
    If you have an extra one sitting around, I am interested in a Krieghoff factory K80 forearm piece in English Walnut, no cracks. Any contour is acceptable. I would like a piece with some figuring. I will pay $200-$400 depending on what quality and condition you have.
  3. Gunsmithing
    Odd Question: I was recently in my safe and noticed the dark wood on my 391 Urika 2 Sporting is not as dark as I recall. My safe is in my garage and has a rechargeable dehumidifier in it. Crazy question, but can dark colored stocks/forends have their color lightened when stored in a low...
  4. For Sale
    Citori forend, came from a newer Crossover Target, but was used on a 1994 Citori Gti (since sold). Shape is straight and trim, NOT beaver tail or semi-beaver tail. Good to lighten a muzzle-heavy gun too. Wood is in very good condition, but does have a couple of handling marks as seen in...
  5. Gunsmithing
    I'm looking for advice on how to tighten the tension on the forend release latch. The forend seems to fit tightly but when the latch is closed there is a looseness in the latch and it can stick out a bit until pushed back in. I'm assuming I just need to adjust one of the allen screws in the...
  6. Gunsmithing
    My grandfather recently passed away and he left me his Perazzi MX-3. It is a beautiful gun, but it has a bit of wear on the wood. Is it possible to buy a new stock and forend for this gun or will I have to buy something used? What are my options?
  7. Shooting Related Discussions
    Looking for a lead on a new forend for an Ithaca/SKB 600 O/U trap gun. The iron is good, just need the wood. The old one is most likely irreparable. Tried luck. Any suggestions? Thx! -V
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