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Old 12-11-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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Cruiser (or "Pistol") Grip for Browning Auto-5????

Friends,

Do any of you know where I can buy a "cruiser" grip to turn a Browning Light 12, Auto-5, into a "car-gun"??
(In case you haven't guessed, I've found a Light 12 with a "trashed" stock, at a low price, that I'm considering "sawing off".)

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Watch the legal length. But didn't the A 5 have a spring tube down the stock??
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Watch the legal length. But didn't the A 5 have a spring tube down the stock??
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+1 on that spring tube.
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THANKS guys. = It looks like my "bright idea" is not doable.
(I may see if I can find another stock for the Auto-5, as it's just too cheap to not buy, IF there is a stock available at a reasonable cost.)

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If you can find an original stock and then find a curious hobbyist woodworker with a pantograph...
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Old 12-13-2013, 10:22 AM   #6
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Skeptic49,

At worst, I'll buy the shotgun & sell the barrel to somebody. = It's THAT cheap.
(Maybe I'll get lucky & find a stock somewhere.)

Backing a heavy truck over a shotgun's stock is guaranteed to "cause a problem".

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