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Old 06-12-2019, 12:46 PM   #1
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Inquired as to replacing the stocks/fore end, on my Bobwhite SXS
This stock is at best an embarrassment.
You might want to think twice, or more before you buy not made in U.S.A.
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So please name one US maker who supplies after market replacement stocks for their guns.

If the wood was that bad, WHY did you buy THAT gun?

made in the USA has nothing to do with it. And, in actuality, CZ USA has a LOT better customer service than Remington, S&W, Winchester et al.
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When you special order. you are expected to pay for it-- NOT stick the dealer with it-- If the stock was broken- they would replace it? Well not from what I have seen. S&W repaired guns sold by them for untold number of years--- still will if it is a current model-- Guess it is just me but the reply just made me PO'd
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So, if you special ordered it, why did you specify that wood? Or do you mean that you ordered it from an internet dealer like Buds?
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You know, you got me thinking. If you have money and you want a SUPER nice stock, then shop around at a private wood mills. I have watched a few Youtube videos of them milling old wood trees. I have seen Super great wood I would love to buy and make or have made stock for some of my guns. But because I do not have money, I can not. Hope this helps all. "that have money"
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In my experience, when you buy guns online, you are kind of playing the wood lottery. Not sure if that's how you bought it.

Also, I don't even know what exactly is made in America anymore.
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That all depends on the online dealer - when you buy from someone like Cole's or similar. you can specify the wood from a large selection.
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When you special order. you are expected to pay for it-- NOT stick the dealer with it-- If the stock was broken- they would replace it? Well not from what I have seen. S&W repaired guns sold by them for untold number of years--- still will if it is a current model-- Guess it is just me but the reply just made me PO'd
If the stock was broken, of course they would fix it. Just because you do not like the looks of the stock is NO reason for them to replace it with wood of your choice.
What does 'made in USA' have to do with it?
Putting really nice high-grade wood on a low grade gun is like putting lipstick on a pig. Figured wood is getting more scarce and more expensive every year. You cannot expect it on a low-end gun. If you had the coin to do that, you would likely buy a better gun, no matter where it is made.
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