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    My guess is the hand guards would be valued most by guys trying to build up "retro" AR-15s. Probably $30-35+ for a pair (two halfs) plus shipping

    Butstocks would be the same, but condition is key and there seems to be some rust. maybe $20 plus shipping.

    Other may have different opinions.
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    First the most important thing, your rifle stocks are for the US M16A1 rifle. They are the very first variant with the triangle handguard and fixed shoulder stock.

    I'd put them on eBay and sell them as a complete set, one shoulder stock complete with one handguard (each handguard consists of two parts).

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    M16A1 or M16A2?

    I sold one of these butts on Ebay as a M16A1 as many here has ID'd these as, but the man who bought it said it was a M16A2. He said it was still a great deal and gave me good FB, but I would like to know for sure what I am selling and don't want to sell something miss identified. Can someone tell me the difference in the A1 and A2?

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    Going back and looking at the photos your but stocks are A2 variants based on the but plates.
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    I have since learned that 3 of the butt stocks are A1 (shorter 9 7/8") and the rest are A2 ( 10 1/2").


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