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    On the plus side, it looks good as it is and the condition doesn't look bad at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    On the plus side, it looks good as it is and the condition doesn't look bad at all.
    Looking good is about the only thing it does, stock bedding sucks the action move up in the wood. Had to shim it with paper pieces to get it to sit tight. Guess ill use it as spare part if i can't find a stock and run around one in full military configuration

    Or if the one in full wood doesnt match and is in worse condition i could always throw this one in the stock instead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ced1942 View Post
    i can't find a stock and run around one in full military configuration
    Send this seller TAGMIL on eBay a message, I'll bet he has one https://www.ebay.com/str/tagmil

    He is also on GunBroker. He's a little higher then most but he has always had the stuff I've needed when I've asked even though it's not listed on eBAY, nice person.

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    Also, Liberty Tree Collectors has some Austrian Mannlicher M95 Carbine Stocks and handguards, don't know if those will work for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    Send this seller TAGMIL on eBay a message, I'll bet he has one https://www.ebay.com/str/tagmil

    He is also on GunBroker. He's a little higher then most but he has always had the stuff I've needed when I've asked even though it's not listed on eBAY, nice person.

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    Also, Liberty Tree Collectors has some Austrian Mannlicher M95 Carbine Stocks and handguards, don't know if those will work for you



    https://www.libertytreecollectors.com/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=21
    Having more woodworking skill i could have worked something from a infantry rifle stock from a M95 but i lack those skill.

    I did send a msg to your ebay fellow he did carry some nice stuff, still can't figure why when on ebay.ca (im canadian) i can't see any of his stuff for sale which explain why i never found this guy before. Lets hope he have one that would be really awesome

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