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    NRA Sporter Stocks

    Are these possible to find for sale? Does a source for them exist? Are there reproduction versions available?

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    Originals are extremely hard to find in the "wild". I think Dunlop makes a reproduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m1903rifle View Post
    Originals are extremely hard to find in the "wild". I think Dunlop makes a reproduction.
    Thanks for the reply. I’ll investigate the Dunlop lead.

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    Dunlap Woodcrafts is the name. I made a Whitney Model 1855 musket with one of his blanks. Really nice piece of wood.

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    The original NRA Sporter stocks are difficult but not impossible to find. I found a new original one at the Tulsa show a year ago. I have found 1922M1 rifles in NRA Sporter stocks on two occasions.

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    Thank you, gsimmons and Herschel for your information and help.
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    They appear several times a year for sale on eBay. So you should be able to find them. Often they are confused with the M1922 stocks. As speaking of them, they might work too - but you should update them with the recoil lug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Promo View Post
    They appear several times a year for sale on eBay. So you should be able to find them. Often they are confused with the M1922 stocks. As speaking of them, they might work too - but you should update them with the recoil lug!
    Thanks, Promo!
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    There is a newly made reproduction for sale on eBay, check ID 292507642921


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