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Hey guys, I'm looking for someone to put an adjustable comb and maybe a recoil device on my BT-99 that i just purchased. Who does the best work at a fair price?

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If you come to Ohio, you might want to check out ROD"S CUSTOM STOCKS. HE is in Shelby. Does very nice work, not taking anything away from Tron. Glenn Allison
 

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Tron is good at what he does. His prices are fair and turn around is fast.

He has done a lot of stocks for me (target and hunting shotguns) and I have never been disappointed with his workmanship.

He will tackle unique jobs. If you go to his website, you will see a K-80 that has a severely cast off comb. That is my gun. It incorporates the standard K-80 hardware and I can put it back to "factory stock" if I ever sell the gun. An excellent and cost effective way to get over 5/8" of cast off. I managed a hair under 97 in singles this year using this setup.

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NOt sure were Tom Larkin is at right now as he travel s to shoots but he did just that to my BT-99 excellent work and a fair price and quick turn around... check him out at www.thestockshop.net
 

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Stocker John Fittinger is posting on ts.com right now. He has done unique and exceptional work for me. He is in Oregon. Great guy to deal with.

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thats what i would like to have, a gracoil and adjustable comb. is his price fair compared to others?
 

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My only suggestion would be to have Tron install a RAD unit instead of a Gracoil. It is my opinion, (and that's all it is), that the RAD is a better system than a Gracoil. JMHO. Ed
 

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I have a RADII on a Perazzi and a Gracoil on a Alfermann. The Gracoil feels the best to me. Everyones felt recoil is different. Pull up "tronspacegunworks". He has his prices listed.
 

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I had no idea that Tron did such nice work as shown on his web site, it's really worth visiting. I especially liked the powder coated (black hardware) and the offset comb hardware. I however couldn't tell how much the offset comb hardware was. It seems that one could install that one's self, is that correct? Bruce
 

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I recommend Cor-kel Arms. Here is a job that Larry just did for me.

I just received my stock back from Cor-Kel Arms. I had Larry install an adjustable comb and an adjustable recoil pad assembly. I am very happy with the result. My wife loves the way that Larry put a satin finish on the pad adjuster so that it matches the satin nickel finish on my receiver. Great work Larry!

Cor-Kel Arms: http://www.corkelarms.com/



 

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There is a guy from New York by name of Mark Dupree or something like that.He is usually at Pa state shoot and I may have the last name wrong but he did a K-80 stock for me years ago and it was flawless,as I am very picky about things like that although it took a couple months it was worth it. It was a very high gloss finish on high grade wood.Very pleased with his work.
 
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