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Old 07-04-2014, 09:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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007 Shoulder stock

Hi Guy's. Wonder if any of you knowlegeable guy's know how I could fit a shoulder stock to my Nelson 007 pump? I know that it is impossible to buy one, but am wondering if anyone out there has the know-how and facilities to fit one for me? Anyone have photo's of this beautiful pump with a fitted shoulder stock? Hope someone can take time to help me out. Regards and thanks. Walt.
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Old 07-04-2014, 09:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You could get a Nelson back bottle valve and use a tank for a stock. Or put a gas through stock on said valve and run a bucket changer off of that. That would be the easiest I would think.

If you are looking for wire frame or bar style stock, that would require a bit more work.
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Save up some offertory brass for when WALZ returns, maybe you can get on his schedule.
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I thought those Crosman shoulder stocks fit with minimal modification, can anyone back me up on that?

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Not if you plan to use the in grip 12g option.
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I thought those Crosman shoulder stocks fit with minimal modification, can anyone back me up on that?

http://www.rlairgunsupply.com/images...s/cr1377sh.jpg
Yes, and no.
The best work I've seen on these were done by Marcus Neely of Montneel fame for members of "Gang Green" when they switched from PMI's to Bushmasters in the late 80's. He cut off nearly half of the Daisy frame to have it fit properly. These were done on the earlier Bushmasters, prior to Line SI offering their own trigger frame.

I've seen many "not-so-great" installations of this stock on the Daisy frame also.
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Not if you plan to use the in grip 12g option.
Oh right, I always forget about that...
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