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    Help identifying stock

    I bought a batch of rifle stocks today Two 10/22 stocks, One Mini 14 stock, and some sort of Mauser stock I think, not sure what it is. In the picture its the longest in the batch.

    I was only after one of the 10/22 stocks so it not a big deal if it can’t be identified but I’m curious.

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    Looks like a slimmed down P14 but there are too many differences.

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    Spanish M43 stock that someone filled the rear sling loop hole.

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    It's a Mauser stock for sure. Far too many of 'em to ID from a picture though. Any marks on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Spanish M43 stock that someone filled the rear sling loop hole.
    You are 100% correct! I should have seen it since I own one. Thank you! Now I just have to figure out what to do with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    It's a Mauser stock for sure. Far too many of 'em to ID from a picture though. Any marks on it?
    There are no marking on the stock but Aragorn243 figured it out. I have one of these rifles so I should have recognized it .
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    There are guys that want them. I sold one about four months ago for $100. A guy on a facebook forum said he was looking for one, I told him I had one, sent him some photos and he offered me $100. Real easy for me to part with it for that price. It came on a rifle I bought off a guy in Philly for $200. It was a nice looking stock but I didn't like it because it had been heavily sanded and a gloss finish was on it. Mike had a nice one with a cartouche he sold me real cheap so I swapped it out. It did still have it's metal, not bands but butt plate, sling ring, etc.

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    Spanish 43....I have a Spanish 43 rifle that looks as though the slot was filled during a refit and they also ground off the side sling mount on the front swivel band. I don't believe it was done by Bubba.

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    Its a 43 Spanish an I have seen a few that had the slots filled in. The stock will sell just like stated even the wooden 10/22 stockes sell for good money as seams like they dont like the plastic stuff


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