Correct stock for my 1929 Izhevsk. Should I find one?
Recently purchased a 1929 Ishevsk m91/30. The escutcheon plates are the pressed in type which I think were used on the later production stocks.
Im thinking of trying to find a "correct" stock based on year of production which I think featured the 2 screw per plate.
Thoughts...or should I just shoot the darn thing????
04-02-2012 11:10 PM
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Its a Mosin and they are very plentiful at this point in time, but maybe someday way down the road they will be worth something. I love to shoot mine and I would advise you to not worry about the correct stock at this point and just enjoy it for what it is. Just my opinion though.
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Do what I did pick up late war refurbs in early stocks and swap them. It was quicker and cheaper the the auction sites and I sold off the unwanted guns easily once I took what I needed.