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bucksnort64

gun parts 30-06 model 742

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I'm looking for a forearm for a 30-06 remington 742 carbine

it cracked and I have tried to glue it and it still cracks when you shoot it. confused.gif

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Your best bet is ebay, with synthetic

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Good luck, I had the same issue, took me months to find one,

I found it at a gunsmith, used but good condition.

Keep calling around and asking, because these you cant get parts for anymore so their are alot of scrapped ones out their.

On a side note a 7400 forearm won't work.

I sure love my old but good 742.

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Try Ahlman's, Inc down in Morristown. They will have a replacement stock - they also have had extra/leftover stocks in their shop for many years as well. If you're within driving distance, it'd sure be worth the trip. Their shop is probably an hour south of Burnsville - 8 miles west of 35W down by Faribault.

Great gunshop.

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they have alot of parts on hand if anybody needs any parts for any gun it would be the first place that I would try...

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