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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-18-2013, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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Casualty of the Trap line!

While running my traps today I slipped on the ice and snapped my Remington Nylon .22 in half.
Anyone know where to get a replacement stock for it, the plastic stock snapped. No damage to any metal.
Supper glue did not hold.








Put on a better note I did dispatch this big male mink 10 minutes before the fall.


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Re: Casualty of the Trap line!

Sorry to see the weapon damage. You sure your area is not "radioactive" or the like? Them mink are huge! Congrats.
A side question. Why a rifle instead of a pistol?

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Re: Casualty of the Trap line!

Ive been meaning to pick up a pistol, I was even in the gun shop looking for one but at the time they had none in stock.
Looks like a good time to check the gun shop again.

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Re: Casualty of the Trap line!

nice big mink. sorry about your Remington. Ive had a Plinkerton for a lonw while now, that i think im going to carry when im on the line.

hope you can get to the gun shop and find parts for you gun or get a pistol.

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Re: Casualty of the Trap line!

Yep, nice mink.

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Re: Casualty of the Trap line!

Wow, too bad abot the rifle. That's another dandy mink though! Almost as big as the white one.

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http://www.gunpartscorp.com/

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dang! nice mink though
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Re: Casualty of the Trap line!

Do you put those big ranch mink on the reglular fur market?
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