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January 4, 2005, 12:40 PM
I have a Sears "Ted Williams" shotgun I picked up at a garage sale many years ago but I bought it with the stock missing. The handguard is there. Do you know where I might find a stock?

The markings say made by CBC in Brazil. The attachment of the stock to the action isn't a straight line and I can only call it a "flying u" if it was a cattle brand. It's also missing the stock attachment screw.

Thanks very much.

James K
January 4, 2005, 02:26 PM
Frankly, a shotgun with no stock is about worthless unless a stock is available from the original maker. It is very often simply not economically feasible to have a stock made.

Here is the Gun Parts Corp URL for CBC parts, if you can tell which model you have. Also, the gun should have a Sears model number on in and you might check with the nearest Sears store to see if they still have parts, but I would not get my hopes up too much.