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    Titan stock

    Looking for a black synthetic stock for a RWS Titan.
    would swap for wooden one or just buy.
    Cheers Steve.
    Last edited by white van man; 17-05-2015 at 15:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by white van man View Post
    Looking for a black synthetic stock for a RWS Titan.
    would swap for wooden one or just buy.
    Cheers Steve.
    Funnily enough, I swapped my synthetic stock for a wooden one - much prefer the look and the fore-end is way stiffer. Are the stocks the same for the Titan 3 and 5?

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    Stocks are the same for the 3 and 6 I have one already in .243. I bought the second one to re-barrel in 7mm-08,the barrel is stainless so I rubbed the alloy tube down back to alloy and they just don't look right in wood.
    Steve

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    Could you spray the stock black or another colour?

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    Could spray it, I've done so before and it certainly looked good. It looks like I've found a plastic stock now but I will keep the wood one.
    Steve.

    Ok got the black stock what do you think.
    Last edited by white van man; 22-05-2015 at 09:38.

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    Looking good then Steve . A hen has teeth then . Shame their not that poplar.Great rifles to shoot
    If its hit its history / If its missed its a mystery

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    We should form an owner's club. Should all be able to fit in a Fiat 500...

    Do you not find the forend a bit wobbly?

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    Forend is fine with the wood stock, I have got hold of a plastic stock as I have on my other Titan it shoots fine although I suppose it's not as rigid as the plastic one.

    Looks like that's three of us for the Titan owners club, can't understand why there not more popular.

    Titan 16 straight pull looks interesting as well.

    Steve

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    I have a Titan in .223 with a synthetic stock, I filled the forend with Devcon to firm it up.

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    Thats four of us for the fiat 500. If you go onto Rossler Waffen web site and go into cofigeration you can build your own rifle
    . A very underrated rifle IMHO
    If its hit its history / If its missed its a mystery

    A gun is always loaded .A mule always kicks

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