for the NEF pardner pump 12 gauge all stocks that are compatible with the Remington 870 12 gauge shotgun will fit on this peticular gun, for NEF single shot pardner shotguns, ATI technologies make a adjustable tactical shotgun stock for this model
Almost all of them do, accept the blackhawk knoxx adjustable ones
Numrich arms has a good supply of new 870 stocks.
Try e-gunparts.com, Shotgun News, Gun List, do a web search on "shotgun stocks".
You might be able to have one made.
They are not the same.
Pachmayr did not make guns, they made stocks and grips.
That Girl - 1966 Stocks and the Single Girl 4-20 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
That Girl - 1966 Stocks and the Single Girl 4-20 was released on: USA: 12 February 1970
If you mean for the single shot break action shotgun, yes, there are a couple of companies making stocks with pistol grips. They may have separate grips or removable stocks. Or you could cut one off, as many have done before. Choate Machine and Tool and ATI Gunstocks make gripped stocks, and the ATI one appears to have a removable stock section, which would give you grip only. Remember the overall length must be at least 26" with an 18" barrel to be legal, for a shotgun. Shorter requires a $200 stamp and federal approval.
Stocks can lose their value quickly due to adverse market conditions. There is also a possibility that the company will go bankrupt. Market shocks can cause volatility in any single stock or group of stocks.
We have semi-finished replacement stocks for that model. firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm sure some of them could, but since they are not meant for it they are likely to break under the recoil.
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Try e-gunparts.com or any on the stockmakers you can find by doing a internet search on gun stocks.
The stocks are very difficult to find,Try your local gun smith
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Cherokee was a trade brand used by C.M. McClung & Co. a dealer located in Knoxville, TN c. 1880 to 1920 and probably later. What kind of a shotgun is it? Single shot, double barrel, bolt action, ??? Is there anything special about it? Fancy engraving, finely checkered stocks, bronze badge that says Wells Fargo Express Co, ??? And what condition is it in? New with the box and hangtags, broken rusted and missing parts, ???
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