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Old 03-06-2012, 5:45 PM
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Here's my wood. Mossberg 930 with a 24" cantalevered rifled barrel. This little sweatheart is going to get me a deer in October. No more borrowing the Uncle's or Dad's old beat up shotguns.

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Old 03-06-2012, 6:11 PM
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Glad this came up.
Ive lost my wooden stocks for my mossberg 500, need a new set,
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Old 03-06-2012, 6:21 PM
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Glad this came up.
Ive lost my wooden stocks for my mossberg 500, need a new set,
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i'd suggest you check out both ebay and Gunbroker internet auction sites.
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Old 03-06-2012, 7:31 PM
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So there aren't any aftermarket options?
If I remember correctly the stock wood was just a bit nicer than cardboard...looked pretty bad.
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Glad this came up.
Ive lost my wooden stocks for my mossberg 500, need a new set,
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If you want fancier Boyds Gunstocks now has the American Huntsman series. Really nice weather you want one of the laminates or just straight walnut.
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Finally have a nice wood gun to add to this thread!
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Thompson Center Encore 12 Gauge 28" Vented Rib

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Old 04-15-2012, 3:27 PM
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Thursday...
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Smile Love for old wood...

refinished the old 12 gauge pump and .22 bolt action...

nothing too involved, just some sanding, and a couple coats of lacquer...should have updated these a long time ago:



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Old 04-22-2012, 12:18 PM
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Something a little different. I went from this:



To just finishing this:

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Here is my 1969 Remington 870 Wingmaster 28" non ribbed fixed Modified choke


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1942 JC Higgins, Model 20.
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The gf and my grandpa's 1965 Model 1100 that I tracked down and bought back




Only problem is the forearm is pretty severely cracked and I can't find anyone who is able to fix a crack through checkering

So it's rocking synthetic for now
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Here is my 1969 Remington 870 Wingmaster 28" non ribbed fixed Modified choke



congratulations again on a great deal.
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1942 JC Higgins, Model 20.
Nice one for sure.. have the same thing only made in 1948 tho, the choke makes that gun look bad and always get compliments!
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damn i thought my wm for 220 was a good deal.
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Mossberg 590 A1 18.5" barrel

That is nice.
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870 Police Magnum with walunt
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[QUOTE=BRUNO1911;5519334]okay I'll play!




Now that gun has balls, lol.
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1942 JC Higgins, Model 20.
Nice. here's my mid-50's Higgins model 20 along with the rest of the collection. its been cut down to 20 inches and I am waiting on a nice pistol grip stock for it

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Old 07-23-2013, 10:19 PM
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My CZ redhead mini in 28 GA.



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Is it me or are there faces in that wood?


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Dang, thought this thread was about wood furniture. Like dresser drawers and tables. Screw that particle board crap.
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I just had to turn down a second new 870P with Walnut stock and foregrip, model #24899. If interested, contact Linda at louspolice.com or 305-416-0000, she has been responsible for several of us getting these in the past. Quoted price was $539 OTD (they're in Florida). They're beautiful guns.
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Inherited my great grandfather's Iver Johnson Single Shot .410 Shotgun earlier this year for my 40th birthday. It has been passed down from father to son ever since he originally bought it for $7.

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^^^ great family heirloom. my family heirlooms begin with me.
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Man.. Some of you guys have biggers cajones than I. I don't have the heart to cut down any of my old shotguns. They all look great though.

Stevens by Browning 16 gauge. Circa mid 40's I believe.

Mossburg Silver Reserve O/U 12 gauge

Ithica model 37 circa early-mid 50's 12 gauge


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