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#1 treborsnikwad


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Posted 26 March 2004 - 08:02 AM

Speaking of stock markets…
A man at the local gun show last weekend was selling a set of stocks for what he called a “lend-lease British ‘28” for 800 bills (vertical foregrip with side swivel, and buttstock with bottom swivel, slide and buttplate), and another vintage set (no swivels and apparently not so desirable) for $180…they was sure purty, but are they really worth that much? …about 2 tables down, another guy was selling a plain, unfinished buttstock (no hardware) for 30 bucks and a rear grip for 10…is this a normal disparity between prices? Just curious…

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#2 colt21a


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Posted 26 March 2004 - 11:46 AM

"Thompson Greed" rear's it's ugly head,even on the wood!!!wink!!

buy the unfinished set....................ron
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#3 SecondAmend


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Posted 27 March 2004 - 09:54 AM

A year or so ago I bought a NOS '28 cross-bolt stock with no other hardware for $6 at a gun show. The guy had dozens of them he had bought off a couple that was burning them for fire wood.

It all depends.
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