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Jim Rockwell who is also a member here started making rear grip stocks earlier this year and is working on center grips. He mainly advertises on social media. But here is a pic of one just finished.

First 3 down the tube with factory ammo...and going to it’s new home.
 
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Very nice!
 
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I saw a few of these at wyshot this year. Quality stocks!
Aaron
 
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Looks good. Does he make them for the XP100R?

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Originally posted by BruceP:
Looks good. Does he make them for the XP100R?

Bruce


Yup. Even detachable mags
 
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Wow...that's sweet! I like the looks of it.

When I first started shooting XPs back in the 80s, I ordered a semi-insetted Fajen that was supposed be be a relatively simple "fit and finish." The stock was beautiful, but the interior was barely touched -- and it took me FOREVER to get that thing done. I was too naive to realize that it must have slipped through the cracks, so to speak, and that I should have sent it back. I liked the looks of it and wanted to keep it for my 6mm-.223 as I wasn't enthused about that Zytel stock. Anyway, with a dremel tool, a rasp and some borrowed woodworking tools, I finally butchered that stock enough to work.

The next one I bought was at a gunshow -- and that's when I learned what semi-inletted should actually look like LOL. Smile

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Jim is a good man and he does good work!


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Great looking stock seems to work well also.


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What is the contact info for Jim?

DAN
 
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Jim Rockwell 810-845-4543
jroc3099@yahoo.com


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