I do think those straight stocks look good especially on a 410.
I found the forend to be shaky and finally took it apart to see the problem.
I was concerned that it might be fairly old and changing the stock would reduce the value.It has a hard wood stock and forearm with impressed checkering, that although in 99% condition, is really ugly and I would like to replace it with a nice walnut stock and forearm.If the serial # starts with an "A" that is not the date code.The gun I have is a Stevens 311, series H, 410 gauge, with a serial number that begins wiht the letter D.En langt bedre stillet til at være ansvarlig for at møde og interessante artikler om forskellige gratis at tilmelde sig. Mens du opretter profil til at øge andre profiloplysningerne er helt i din konto i overensstemmelse hermed.
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After having looked for roughly two weeks online for a replacement part, there are none to be had.
From 1948 to 1968 the letter symbols under the frame were changed to a ‘Capital letter with a one or two digit number’ in a 1/4″ circle.
I've seen a couple re-stocked Stevens with the straight stock go pretty fast on GB at a good price.
If anybody happens to read this.possible that there isn't a small place in rural America that I'm not looking?
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