So, I'm desperate...

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  1. Jan 7, 2019 #1

    Confederate rifleman

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    I have a stainless/ synthetic .50 caliber Omega in excellent shape. Been looking for a walnut stock for my Black Diamond Super 45 XR for 4 years now.
    Looking to trade. Just the stock with trigger guard and stock bolts or complete rifle. Don't even care if the bore is thrashed, the stock is what I need. No cracks or gouges please. Finish wear is ok.
    I did say I was desperate...
    The 45 was a gift from a departed friend and she shoots best in walnut , tried the stock from my .50 XR, but don't want to keep swapping out.
    Help...
     
  2. Jan 11, 2019 at 9:38 AM #2

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    Omega sold...
     
  3. Jan 11, 2019 at 2:24 PM #3

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    There is a walnut stocked Blk Dmd 50 in the classifieds right now. If I were you I'd buy it, swap stocks and flip it with your fiber stock on it. That's just what I would do:)
     
  4. Jan 13, 2019 at 2:14 AM #4

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    Doing just that. Black Diamonds are awesome rifles. One of the best open breech designs.
    Been looking for 4 years for a walnut stock for my Super 45XR. The short barreled 50 won't go to waste though. I will probably set it up as a step up for my daughter. Currently, she shoots a Traditions Tracker. No flies on tjat rifle either!
     

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