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#5183670 - 04/26/11 Laminate Gun Stocks  
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Any one know of a place to get laminate guns stocks for pump shotguns, Browning BPS in particular. I have a BPS Stalker and I want a laminate stock, I know its dumb to go from composite to laminate but I LOVE the look.

I have found Wenig, shot them an email and this was the response.

"We do build the laminate stocks for the Browning and they are $235.00 in a do it yourself set and $925.00 completely finished"

Well at $925.00 for a completely finished it seems crazy, I paid 575.00 for the gun new!

Thanks folks for any info.


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#5200552 - 05/01/11 Re: Laminate Gun Stocks [Re: Metsamies]  
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Any one know of a place to get laminate guns stocks for pump shotguns, Browning BPS in particular. I have a BPS Stalker and I want a laminate stock, I know its dumb to go from composite to laminate but I LOVE the look.

#5200775 - 05/02/11 Re: Laminate Gun Stocks [Re: peterkevin]  
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Good luck and please post what you find. My dedicated turkey hunting shotgun is a 12 gauge BPS; while it is a fine shotgun which functions flawlessly I have found the availability of after-market products to be skimpy. I would like to put an ATI stock (adjustable length and comb) on mine, but no mounting kit is available for the BPS.


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#5202532 - 05/02/11 Re: Laminate Gun Stocks [Re: Odessa]  
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$130.00 For just machined and inleted is alot better than the $235.00 Wenig wanted.


Pricing below is for butt stocks and for ends machine inlet and require fit and finish.
BPS 12g buttstock $75
BPS 12g forend $55

I was told that is the price for walnut and laminate
(fancier grades of wood are more)

Average pricing for fitting butt stocks and forend to Customer's Gun:Pumps and Autos $350 per set includes shaping and pad installation.
Pricing for Oil Finish:
$125 additional per set
Pricing for Spray Finish:
$175 additional per set
Pricing For Checkering PER SET:
Pricing starts $125 and up depending on checkering pattern
NOTE: installation of grip caps and tips additional cost







"If we could somehow bottle the Brittany's energy and spirit, we'd solve most of the world's problems, if not all of them"

"People who drink light "beer" don't like the taste of beer; they just like to pee a lot."

#5219580 - 05/08/11 Re: Laminate Gun Stocks [Re: Metsamies]  
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Thanks for the detailed information. I wish ATI would develop a parts kit for adapting their stock to the BPS, but this might be the only option to get what you want.


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#5235695 - 05/13/11 Re: Laminate Gun Stocks [Re: Odessa]  
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It would be nice if ATI did. I have decided not to go with a laminate stock. I would love the look but the lead time is around the 6 month mark, and thats just for a machined and inleted stock. It seems the only choice for us BPS owners is when it comes to aftermarker is Bell and Carlson. They seem to have good reviews for the BPS and the feel is supposed to be similar to wood stocks in size and shape.


"If we could somehow bottle the Brittany's energy and spirit, we'd solve most of the world's problems, if not all of them"

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