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    Holster stock inglis high power

    knock off or real?
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    Looks original to me

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    I think so too...looks good.
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    Most of the current fake stocks have the "Made in Canadaicon" and SAL 1944/45 markings.

    Many real stocks do not have either the "SAL" or "MiC" of markings either.

    Like yours, I have seen a number of original stocks without the "made In Canada" stamping, and sometimes when it is present it's location can differ as well.

    None of the fake stocks have the oval inspectors marking shown in your first picture.

    ...yet...
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    Looks good to me.

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    I have four of them in my collection. Yours is correct and original. Only thing that is missing is the Canvas belt attachment loop.
    I have several of the loops for sale and one stock as well. ALL original.
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    Amazing condition, I would assume many of these were un-issued?
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    None of the repro's I have seen have had the flannel patch at the muzzle end inside of the stock holster.
    The first repro's were a bit rough but they have gotten better and none have had the oval inspectors mark....so far.
    The quality of the wood, metal work and the rivets is also a clue.
    The nice red hue of the walnut is hard to reproduce with stain as is the quality of the inletting.
    It sure looks kosher to me....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrclark303 View Post
    I would assume many of these were un-issued
    Matter of fact, many were used as firewood at CAL...wouldn't they burn nice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    None of the repro's I have seen have had the flannel patch at the muzzle end inside of the stock ...snip....
    I've now seen several repro's with the felt in the bottom of the stock.

    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    Matter of fact, many were used as firewood at CAL...wouldn't they burn nice?
    A friend who grew up in Sask during the war said that he burnt large quantities of unfinished BHP stocks.

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