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    What is the value of a stripped m14e2 Stock worth?

    I am asking for help from fellow members of this forum with the worth of a stripped m14e2 stock. It does have a light crack down the fron, but not all the way through the wood. I am uploading pictures now. Thank you for your time.
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    There is a market for everything. Trust me, with out a repair 40 to 50 my area. maybe more. If repaired by a certain crazy wood worker on this form could be way more.

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    I know I am not the crazy guy as my prices are dirt cheap Actually it may make me crazy charging so little. Value is around $500.00 from what I have sold in the past. Crack repair by me would be around $25.00 Rick Bicon
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    A hard to find item in any shape...
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    "...a light crack..." That one's fixable with a needle style epoxy applicator and a clamp. How much that is depends on where you are. About $12Cdn. here.
    M14E2 stocks with the metal bits are running about $500US on Gunbroker. It's all the metal bits that'll cost you. Treeline wants $50 for their rubber replica butt plate.
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    Thank you all for your answers, I sold the stock yesterday for $150.00 on ebay. It was a tough call considering some people are "purists" when pricing something and some people are not. I think I should have just paid one of you guys to repair it. the crack was very light although it followed a ways. It was not all of the way through. I recently purchased over a thousand stocks and some have "Issues" like the one mentioned. but thank you all for your help in this matter, and as always, You all are awesome.

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