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Old 11-04-2009, 03:06 AM   #21
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Good looking job on the stock Ramrod,I bought an unfinished Boyd's Evolution stock for mine a while back and finished it with around 10 coats of Formby's Tung Oil.

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Thanks........great job yourself on that one. How do you like the ambidextrous stock?
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Thanks........great job yourself on that one. How do you like the ambidextrous stock?
Thanks Ramrod,I like the Evo stock.I shoot left handed most of the time,so it fits me great.Plus being an Ambi stock anyone can shoot it when I have it out,and this gun is a shooter!
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Why you guys pay full price for 1/3 of a stock I will never know.
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Because most of us keep the original furniture for the rifle we can sell it as original for more than what we paid for it and then sell the additional peices for even more profit. This is the most modified rifle out there, I don't think there are as many ARs out there that are modified as the 10/22 with the exception of maybe those in the Arm Services.
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Why you guys pay full price for 1/3 of a stock I will never know.
BECAUSE WE CAN!!!! I was bored and needed something to do,plus I only paid like $80 for the EVO stock,already had the rest of the finishing supplies setting in the shop.

Go play with that dang Mossberg,Tango and leave us alone!!! LOL. By the way,that's a nice ole Mossberg you snagged. I bet it will still be a shooter.
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