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Kelljp

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I've got one but not excited about selling right now.
Check cfnparts.com, he may have one.
 

Okie Hunter

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Ok thanks, the rifle I have has a crack in the stock back by the lock. It's been repaired & I believe it is safe to shoot but when something like that isn't right it just bothers me. I haven't shot it yet but going to when we get some rain. We're in a pretty bad drought here in Oklahoma & don't want to start a fire.
 

Kelljp

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I'm pretty sure Scott has one at the site I mentioned, that crack is fairly common with those guns. I you every decide to sell it if be interested.
 

Okie Hunter

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I'm pretty sure Scott has one at the site I mentioned, that crack is fairly common with those guns. I you every decide to sell it if be interested.
I checked on that site & he has one but the way he described it, it has the same crack in it that mine does. I'm going to shoot this one some & see how I like it. Might decide to part with it later.
 

Okie Hunter

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I have been looking at buying a 50 cal but haven't decided which one I want yet. I have a real good TC White Mountain Carbine but the 1 in 20 twist is more for bullets & I was wanting something to shoot round balls with. Been looking at the Traditions Mountain rifle & the Traditions Trade rifle also the Hawkins Woodsman but don't know which one I would like the best.
 

Rufuslupus23

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You might be better off if you can get a barrel made for your rifle which has 1 in 60 inch (") or 1 in 66" twist. A barrel with a slower twist is best for shooting a ball and patch. A 1 in 48" twist or faster twist 1 in 28" barrels are best for shooting long cylindro-conoidal bullets. In the past Track of Wolf has made available drop in barrels with slow twist (1-66") for Thompson Center black powder rifles.
 

Okie Hunter

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You might be better off if you can get a barrel made for your rifle which has 1 in 60 inch (") or 1 in 66" twist. A barrel with a slower twist is best for shooting a ball and patch. A 1 in 48" twist or faster twist 1 in 28" barrels are best for shooting long cylindro-conoidal bullets. In the past Track of Wolf has made available drop in barrels with slow twist (1-66") for Thompson Center black powder rifles.
Ok thanks, I might check into that. I like the size of this white mountain carbine & a slower twist barrel might be what I need. I don't have any idea how much one would cost do you ?
 

Badger154

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I might would sell it but I would want to shoot it first to make sure the repair job holds. If it didn't I wouldn't want to sell a problem to someone else.
Let me know what happens. Thanks. I have repaired stocks for others and wouldn't see it as a problem.
 

Rufuslupus23

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Ok thanks, I might check into that. I like the size of this white mountain carbine & a slower twist barrel might be what I need. I don't have any idea how much one would cost do you ?
I had a barrel made by James E Carpenter. His cell phone is 208-582-2091 and home is 208-245-3693. He made me a 1 in 70" twist barrel for my 54 cal. Great Plains BP rifle. I am very happy with his work.
 

Okie Hunter

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I had a barrel made by James E Carpenter. His cell phone is 208-582-2091 and home is 208-245-3693. He made me a 1 in 70" twist barrel for my 54 cal. Great Plains BP rifle. I am very happy with his work.
Ok thanks. I ordered a longer barreled rifle yesterday. A different barrel for the WMC would still be shorter than I wanted. I'll probably put the WMC up for sale soon.
 

Kelljp

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Click on "kelljp", then start conversation.
I send you a picture of the stock when I get back to the house.
 

Kelljp

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Here are some pictures
 

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Kelljp

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This is a factory stock (1990-1994)
Will send PM with quote.
 

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