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Wild Willi

Rossi 92 Stock and Forend Stock Set SPF

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laminated stock set for the Rossi 92 rifle.  Will also fit the Puma rifle, This is in a beautifull Coyote laminated satin finish. This is a new item never been on a gun.   Below are the dimensions.

Top Tang width 11/16

Top Tang length 4inches

Bottom tang width 5/8

Bottom Tang length 3 15/16

Height at the receiver is 1 7/16

Width at the receiver is 1 5/16

 

$225 Shipped to the lower 48. SPF

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Pics?

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Howdy,

You say 'rifle' so NOT carbine?

Best

CR

 

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Should fit both thats why the measurements are there but should fit 24" and 16"

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Would you be interested a trade for a cap and ball revolver?

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Brookstick,

I do not shoot any BP, I have a 1860 with a stock I would like to sell but do not know where they can be shipped without an FFL and where it requires one they law changes so fast today you need to be a lawyer to keep it all straight!

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Howdy,

If it was me I would just ship to ffl and be done.

Best

CR

 

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Hey Mr. Willi, 

Where are you startin & stoppin yer tang measurements?

Thanx

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I did not make the measurements these are from the manufacturer they will fit the Rossi 92 they are there for reassurance 

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I'm askin 'cause I measured my 92  and can't those numbers to jive

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Which ones do not work for you and what are you measuring with if  it is a ruler that maybe why. Also you have to remove the stock from the gun

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I'll take some pics & post. I have mine tore down

I believe it's just a matter of where the width & length measurements are taken

If I were usin a stick to measure this....I should be beatin with it instead

A little credit please when yer done gigglin

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