Hello all, feel like I'm frequently seeking guidance on here as of late.

Received a SMLE Mk I*** that I've been anxiously awaiting for a couple weeks. The rifle is in great shape and I was quite pleased with it till I looked down the sights. That was when I noticed the forward sight was nearly touching the left ear of the nose cap. About two minutes later, I had the rifle disassembled and it was pretty apparent the forestock was doing its best impression of a barrel roll for the last third or so.

I am not even a novice wood-worker, so my big question is whether the stock is salvageable or am I going to have to go down the (likely expensive) path of trying to get a duplicate made off my Cond. II?

I'll try to get some photos once I get it back together.