Ginb- New Grip & Fore arm rest for Steyr

Discussion in 'Steyr' started by JasonGoldsmith66, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. JasonGoldsmith66

    JasonGoldsmith66 Banned

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    Below, from Andrea:


    "The full set is 220Euro.

    1) Only the grip is 110Euro

    2) Only cheek piece is 40Euro

    3) Only front adjustable hand rest is 70Euro

    Regarding Finish options for these it is 15Euro each set or 5Euro each piece with Lacquer and 30Euro for Oiling for each set and 10Euro for each piece.

    The Fore-end hand rest we have made a change to it which makes griping it much better I will attach photo of the new design incase you want it.

    Kind Regards

    Andrea"


    :D

    NB: The pic of the Steyr is NOT my gun... belongs to "Chenglo" on www.airgunadvice.net (USA Forum)
     

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  2. CharlieM

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    Bit of a new meets traditional car crash I would say but then I'm biased towards Mr Canes steyr wood work :cool:
     
  3. JasonGoldsmith66

    JasonGoldsmith66 Banned

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    Mmm...as the expression goes...in the eye of the beholder...

    I didnt think the Ginb hand grip was that offensive looking ? :confused:

    Supposedly, Its like a Morini pistol grip ?

    The hand rail looks good/traditional...

    Maybe the cheek rest , cosmeticallly, aint prefect yet...

    On the flip side, Gary Cane stuff, weighs a TON ! ...and cost a TON ! :D

    Oh ! by the way...apparently FT shooters in the US, use contraptions like you see on the first pic...I suppose that was what you were refering to...and I agree...looks like a GERIATRIC knee support brace ! LOL !
     
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  4. chrispro97

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    hamster is way to short for ft ok for hft
     
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    MMM...good point...

    ...but on the positive...Ginb can cut a hamster bit of wood any length you want...they do this to spec...as far as raisers, well, I suppose after market fiddling will get you what you're after...:D
     
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