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Who is the best to fix a crack to the rear of the tang on a 3200, with a fast turn around time?
 

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Who is the best to fix a crack to the rear of the tang on a 3200, with a fast turn around time?

Why don't you do it your self buy some thin glue from brownells, as it will penetrate the crack and then wrap heavy rubber band around it save to turn around and money and shipping
 

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Fixing one crack doesn't guarantee you won't get another. Keep that in mind in deciding how much money you're going to spend to fix a crack in the stock of a relatively inexpensive gun.
 

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The crack probably happened because the stock wasn't properly inletted and bedded. Once you relief the inletting problem, you have to make sure that there is no oil or grease at the crack, or at the area that needs to be bedded.
 

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Send it to Devault. He is the best. No one else even comes close. Only a complete fool would suggest anyone was his equal; I know I never would.
Edwin Ellerby
 
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