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Hey Guys,

I haven’t been around here in a bit with the rifles getting most of my attention for the last several years. However, I’ve got the scattergun bug again. So anyway, I’m looking for a precision fit stock with a left handed Citori grip. I know the odds aren’t great, but let me know if you have such an animal that you’d be willing to part with.

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Ty
 

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Ty, you can always buy a new style PFS (assuming price is fair) and buy a grip and/or comb from Bob Schultz, the new owner of PFS. This way it may open up your ability to find a nice, clean second hand one. Good luck and good shooting, Rey
 

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Thanks for the replies. I'm referring to a Citori CX, nether an old Citori, nor a 725. I've been forced to transition to shooting sporting clays, as opposed to trap, due to the fact that 99% of the shoots in my area are of the sporting variety. A NSCA shoot in this area will yield over 100 shooters regularly, where the last registered trap shoot at my local club had 3 guys show up. My plans are to experiment with the Citori CX & PFS on the sporting course before ponying up for a nicer sporting gun.
 
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