MVA DST 1885 action is on order. Other than Turnbull, what experience do members here have to share with purveyors of color case receivers? And while at it, makers of 90+ % inlet stocks
Color case hardening recommendations?
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Can't speak to receivers but Boyds stocks are pretty much drop ins in my experience if they make one for your action.
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Take a long look at CPA - their color case hardening is distinctive!
Steve Durren in Michigan did my Rolling Block. I really like how it turned out.
Ditto CPA. They did a beautiful job on a High Wall receiver and lever for me last fall. Quite reasonable pricing.
Their stock selection for all make of single shots is superb too.
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