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Somebody has probably asked this before, but I missed it.

Is it possible to buy the Buff/Target Classic stock and forearm from NEF H&R to go on my rifle?

Thanks much,

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Probably, but you'd have to call em and ask...they just made a run of the butt stocks, they buggered mine up when I sent it in for another BC barrel, had to wait 3 weeks for em to make a new stock for it. But the replacement was well worth the wait!! :grin:

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Wow! Quick responses!!

Any idea how much the sotcks would be?

Thanks again,
 

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I'm not sure of the price of the stocks but if Quick was online he could tell ya. Maybe some others will chime in and help out. I may not be right but i'm thinking like $45 for the butt stock. May be wrong i'm not sure. As for the forearm i have no clue.
 

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I don't imagine they're any higher priced than the checkered camo or cinnamon laminated stocks which are $55 and $26...or were in 2004, don't know if they've raised their prices for 2005, but they could very well have....The walnut Topper Jr Classic checkered stock is $54 and $28 for a comparison. Give em a call or an email and ask em!! Ask em for the 2005 Retail price list while you're at it.


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I hope this helps, just 2 days ago I spoke to CS about swapping my smooth (uncheckered) new TDC walnut stocks for a set of checkered walnut TDC stocks. Several months ago they told me the price difference would be $7 between the smooth and checkered buttstock. I got the new prices of smooth walnut TDC buttstock at $55 and forearm $26 and for checkered walnut the price was buttstock $66.90 and forearm $31.98. An increase from smooth to checkered buttstock $11.90 and forearm $5.98. I sent the buttstock in today to be exchanged for a checkered with me paying the difference, I am keeping the smooth walnut forearm. It is a great color match for an old H&R smooth (uncheckered) straight english style (some call them squire (?) stocks) and I will match up the new checkered walnut TDC buttstock with a Buff Classic checkered walnut forearm and put that set on my 7x57 Mauser heavy barrel Handi. I currently have a nice Fajen Walnut buttstock (uncheckered) on it with the Buff Classic forearm. The uncheckered walnut Fajen buttstock and a nice old smooth walnut forearm will probably go on my newest H&R, a .22 LR Sportster with open sights from a .22 Hornet added, it makes a great plinking and squirrel gun....Jennifer told me they were closing and all going on vacation tomorrow, Thursday, June 29th and will not return until after the holiday, but there is no rush on this end, I have waited months for the checkered stocks to come in and have had no time to shoot for a while anyway, I hope everyone else is enjoying their summer even if I can't seem to get time to do anything!!!....<><.... :grin:
 
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