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    M1922 M11 Stock question

    Is there a fool proof way to tell if the stock on my M1922 is "original" (military), or somebody's attempt long ago to make it purdy?
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    Not sure about foolproof, but post some pics and we can give you an opinion. Original finish vs. a period GI refinish is tough to tell sometimes. Many times a civilian refinish is more obvious.

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