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Old 08-06-2014, 10:20 AM   #11
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Dude! You just gave me a palpitation and a woody at the SAME TIME!!!! It was almost like the first time my cousin Played me Fragile by Yes with headphones on, in the summer of 72,... I asked them 6 months ago and they didn't have anything for the 702!!!!! If I didn't just get a crossbow and need more bolts and a practice target that would be on order!!! As it is I may have to not by any ammo next month to afford that!!!


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Dude! You just gave me a palpitation and a woody at the SAME TIME!!!! It was almost like the first time my cousin Played me Fragile by Yes with headphones on, in the summer of 72,... I asked them 6 months ago and they didn't have anything for the 702!!!!! If I didn't just get a crossbow and need more bolts and a practice target that would be on order!!! As it is I may have to not by any ammo next month to afford that!!!


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Dr. Bill, Boyd's is constantly adding to their inventory by adding new models all the time. as well as adding new options to what they already carry. they are also a vendor here on FTF.

i highly recommend them and others do as well. i doubt you would be disappointed with buying one for your Mossberg.

the Evolution stock looks rather unconventional, but i had a chance to shoot TXhillbilly's 10/22 that had the same stock. it's amazing how comfortable that stock is to shoot with.


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Dr. Just thank axxe55 cuz I did as you did looked before on Boyds and they didn't have the savage 64 then asked on here and axxe pointed me right to it, I just did the same for you and low and behold they make it now.

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Axxe already gets thanks from me on a few things here. But Thx to you as well NG,..I was orig. Going to make the 702 "Tacticool" with 2 cans of Dura coat I bought. Now I like that thumbhole stock a lot better. I guess I'll have to use that TruGlo prismatic on something else, because that stock cries out for a nice Nikon P-22!!!


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Axxe already gets thanks from me on a few things here. But Thx to you as well NG,..I was orig. Going to make the 702 "Tacticool" with 2 cans of Dura coat I bought. Now I like that thumbhole stock a lot better. I guess I'll have to use that TruGlo prismatic on something else, because that stock cries out for a nice Nikon P-22!!!


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thanks Dr. Bill!

one thing i like about the Boyd's website is that you can input your information and it will pull up all the stocks that are available for your model of gun.

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/


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