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Thread: New stock options

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    GunLoad Trainee
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    Apr 2007
    wyoming till june, okie for life

    Talking New stock options

    i have a 223 stevens model 200 and was wanting to swap stocks. could i use a stock for a model 12 or 110? if so anyone know of some good priced synthetic thumbhole stocks that would fit the bill? i'm going to paint it so finish quality isn't a major factor. any suggestions for a budget build??

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    GunLoad Trainee
    Join Date
    Apr 2007

    Default new stock options

    Have my 3rd Boyd stock fitted to a Stevens 200. Very good inletting. Less than 1 hour to have it ready for the range. The outside is what ever time you want to spend on it. Prices are very good. The down side is the wait. Ordered one for another Stevens 2/19/ 07 shipping date is now ABOUT 5/31/07. I guess this is about average. You can also try Midway as they are supposed to have the finished stocks in by now. Hope this helps even if its a mo late. BWB

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