View Full Version : Synthetic stock info wanted
January 23, 1999, 04:00 AM
I'm interested in a synthetic pistol grip stock for my Mini-30 and a standard type forend for a Mossberg 590. I've seen what Choate and Mossberg have, but don't really care for them. Who else makes this type stocks? I saw a company called CDNN mentioned in another thread. What does that stand for? I can't find it. Adresses, phone numbers or web sites would be appreciated.
January 23, 1999, 08:42 AM
Stick to choate or look into ramline. I have used both and they worked for me. I also bought some "other" synth parts from the company of the week. Four of the five parts i got were total crap. Go with the big reliable companies, if your stuff breaks ect. you know were to find them.
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January 23, 1999, 08:58 AM
CDNN is a wholesaler/retailer that has a big ad in Shotgun News.
CDNN Investemnts Inc.
Abilene TX 79608
If the synthetics don't fit right you can always easily remove material to make them fit right. You could also add material if the fit is too small.
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