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Old August 23, 2012, 10:59 PM   #1
lawrence090469
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remington model 11

I have my grandfather's Remmington model 11, the Browning A5 copy. I am interested in getting new wood for it. The stock is missing two small wedges of wood on the top of the grip, just like every vintage example of this gun I ever inspected. I have read that A5 parts will not fit, but have never found a source for Remmington parts. I fired a couple of months ago, and it is as relliable as ever. It has a poly choke, and I had the broken firing pin replaced when I acquired it about 25 years ago.
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http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/REM-11...-p/200-202.htm


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