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1886 butt plate
February 19, 2020
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Any suggestions where to a find a butt plate for an 86 extra light DOM 1913. Tried Homestead, Numerich, EBay, Midwest, Brownells, & Google search. I know they’re hard rubber but it feels plastic & broke in half.
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February 19, 2020
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Thanks Clarence for the site. I clicked on it briefly but to many options so will have to narrow it down to exact measurements.

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February 19, 2020
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Anyone know when the spur was eliminated from the hard rubber butt plate. My 1909 Extra light has a spur, my 1912 doesn’t. Just trying to nail down the change.

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February 20, 2020
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AG said
Anyone know when the spur was eliminated from the hard rubber butt plate. My 1909 Extra light has a spur, my 1912 doesn’t. Just trying to nail down the change.

AG  

I do not know when the change was made on the Model 1886, but for the Model 1894 and Model 1897, the widows peak style butt plate was eliminated in the year 1914.

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Bert H. said

I do not know when the change was made on the Model 1886, but for the Model 1894 and Model 1897, the widows peak style butt plate was eliminated in the year 1914.

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Thanks Bert appreciate the reply.

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