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Unread 06-10-2020, 06:33 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where one could find a butt stock for a Trojan 12 on a #2 frame? My buddy gave me a gun that had a busted stock, and I’m trying to revive it to a shootable state.

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Unread 06-10-2020, 11:05 PM   #2
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is the stock you have fixable...some of these stock men can work wonders on a broke stock...charlie
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When it comes to Parker stocks (and most other makers), one does not fit all, or most. Each gun is hand made and there is a lot of variation from gun to gun in regards to the stock. You could buy 6 stocks before one is workable/fits. Or the first one could. It is a crap shoot that can get frustrating.
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post a couple clear pictures of the broken stock

you can at least get an opinion on if it might be repairable
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I can't help myself, are they not called pants.
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I can't help myself, are they not called pants.
good eye Ken - took me several re-reads until I got it
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I may have one, not sure of the frame size. Im sure it's not cut though.
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Lohman Gunsmiths in Houston Texas does great work on fixing broken stocks
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US gunstocks in california has reasonably priced semi finished gunstocks
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