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    M1922 M11 Stock question

    Is there a fool proof way to tell if the stock on my M1922 is "original" (military), or somebody's attempt long ago to make it purdy?
    Thanks!
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    Yup, that's probably the route I'll...

    Yup, that's probably the route I'll take....sometjhing along the lines of a Garand type lace on.
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    Thanks for the suggestion, but I really want to...

    Thanks for the suggestion, but I really want to keep it totally Milsurp.....Ideally a proper cheek pad or perhaps a mod to a M1 Garand type to lace on.. I know this is a tall order! Guess I'll just...
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    Rolling Block Cheek Pad

    I recently bought a very nice military Danish RB in 11.7 and after one range session, I determined it (me) needs a cheek pad. Any ideas of where to get one or a mod to a existing milsurp one? PS ...
  5. So probably not any collector interest? Sure...

    So probably not any collector interest? Sure wish I could figgure out the marking at the stock butt.
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    Hope these help...
  7. Yet another 1873 Trapdoor Carbine (maybe)

    I have recently acquired and Trapdoor Springfield. It appears to be a carbine with a 22" barrel, side ring bar, and rear sight marked with a "C". Ser # 16789. Stock stamped left side near butt...
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    Sticky: My Humble Intro

    Hello to all the Milsurps folks! To be honest, I just am pretty much a "bottom feeder", using the trememdous knowledge base here for my own selfish use....
    I do not take this wealth of knowledge...
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