is this checkering correct?

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is this checkering correct?

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I need a little help, is the cImageheckering pattern correct or has it been added?
I have never harvested an animal, but I have killed quite a few.............

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Here's out 8 C forearm:

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here is the butt stock, it is on an auction site. I didn'tImage think it was right.
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kenhwind wrote:
Thu Jan 30, 2020 5:01 pm
Here's out 8 C forearm:

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thank you sir, and that is some nice wood on that gun!
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I'm pretty sure ours, my brother and I as this was Dad's, is correct as the stock is marked inside as an 8 C which was a higher grade of wood and checkered, probably a standard pattern. I doubt if Remington would have checkered up to the takedown swivel screw.
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olskool for some reason your photos aren't showing, except for the buttstock photo. My opinion, it is not factory checkering

However, the checkering on Kenhwind's is factory work no doubt.
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thanks Cam, I didn't think it was. when I told the man selling it I didn't think it was factory he told me he sold one 2 months ago just like it! I knew then the odds of him having 2 factory original checkering cut guns was bull! he probably has some ocean front property in Arizona for sale also,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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send him here if he needs help ID'ing 8's & 81's!
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I would Cam but to be honest I think he is not trying to be truthful. I mean he told me he sold one just like it with the same checkering pattern 2 months ago, come on what is the odds he has ever had two with checkering much less two with that pattern. he can keep it,,,,,,,,,,,,
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