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Default SOLD, Early Single screw 21" barrel & Stock set.

SOLD pending payment.

not sure of there age.

factory T/C Contender 21" blued Carbine barrel in 223rem. barrel has bright rifling with factory iron sights and scope base with single screw forend mounting point. barrel - $210 shipped.


and factory T/C Carbine wood stock set, forend is also a single mounting point type. . small crack has been glued. stock set - $110 shipped.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-10-2019, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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someone messaged me and some how i lost it?? i have updated my listing...
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-12-2019, 09:01 AM
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my original TC carbine stock that I have owned for over thirty years has a crack in the exact same spot, has never got any worse ,and it gets used regularly, must be some sort of design flaw.
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It occurs when it's less than fastidiously attached to frame and fired with a heavy kicking caliber.
With a properly torqued allen bolt this won't happen.
After a repair, continued use with proper seating of receiver pillar, no problem.
Those forearms are getting harder to find.

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I will take both the barrel and the stock set for $320 shipped.
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