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CLOSED SEEKING a G3 SYNTHETIC STOCK SET

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  1. satx78247

    satx78247 TGT Addict

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    Friends,

    I'm in San Antonio.

    I am seeking a complete & "serviceable" synthetic stock set for assembling a G3 rifle from a "parts kit".

    IF you have a BLACK or OD GREEN stock set that is surplus to your needs, please respond with PHOTOS & requested PRICE in 1st response to: K3CSA@yahoo.com

    Note: I would also trade for a full set of wood furniture from a CETME rifle, IF a member wants to build a replica of the Spanish service rifle.

    yours, satx
     


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    baboon,

    I don't have that kind of bucks to buy a new set for275.oo.

    I hear that a lot of rifle-assemblers want WOODEN furniture on their rifle & do NOT like the synthetic furniture.
    (I'm hoping to find a unneeded set that's be "set aside".)

    yours, satx
     
  4. Southpaw

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    These just popped up for sale at Apex. If you are interested in going in on the order together, it would be $31 each shipped.
    I'll place the order, we can meet when they come in and you can pay me then.

    Assembly with Handguard and Grip, Green, *Good*-$37 shipped.

    https://www.apexgunparts.com/g3-green-stock-set-gd.html
     
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    Southpaw,

    NEAT IDEA. = DO IT.
    (IF you want my check now, PM me your address & I'll put it in the mail tonight.)
    IF you have a "choice", I would like a LONG butt-stock, given my "longer than average arms".

    Btw, I'm a "wrong handed guy", too.

    yours, satx
     
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    No choice in length of stock. I'll place the order shortly.
     
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    Southpaw,

    REGULAR is OK, too
    (The G3 stocks, at least at one time, came in SHORT, REGULAR & LONG lengths.)

    yours, satx
     
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    I wasn't aware of that. I have a couple others. I'll have to compare those to these and see if they are the same.

    And no worries on the money up front. I'll let you know when they are in and you can pay me when we meet.
     
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    Southpaw,

    Fyi, my "sort of a G3"/frankenrifle will be painted flat black (with epoxy appliance paint) with my "new to me" green furniture. =That "color combination" may please nobody but ME but I have no plans to ever sell it, so that's on me, as I am the LEADING EXPERT on MY choices whether right or wrong.
    (I find it "somewhat interesting" that a considerable percent of G3/PTR owners are junking the synthetic furniture & putting wooden CETME C furniture on.)

    yours, satx
     
  10. baboon

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    I bought my very first H&K back in the late 70's. Back then black plastic was the way they came. The slimline forend for the bipod was the upgrade I went with.

    When I bought my Fleming H&K 51 it came with the A3 stock. Never really cared for it but still have it. Seeing as the 51 barrel was shot out I upgraded the gun to G3K & put a club foot stock & a B&T railed forend.

    The wood stocks never really appealed to me as they seemed mostly beat up surplus for many years.
     


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