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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    What are the differences in the Post 64 stock you showed me on eBAY and the stock they say are Safari stocks. Like this one on gunbroker. Looks like a nice project stock.

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    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/816674250

    "This auction is for the factory Winchester model 70 rifle stock seen in the photos. This stock came off of a receiver and barreled action that was in .375 H&H caliber. Overall condition is good to very good with some small dings from actual field use. There are no cracks or chips. There is still bedding compound in the receiver well of the stock. It appears to be from the 1970-1980's era. "



    Thanks for the help in advance..
    Other than having a sporter profile barrel channel that would require opening up the stock I showed you on ebay is a dead ringer for the factory stock on my .243 varmint.
    Not overly familiar with safari Express rifles but one difference is they untlize one piece floor plates. How big a difference this makes and whether or not a two piece could/would work I dont know. Barrel channel may or may not need mods to fit a varmint profile. Action screws are the standard 7 5/8".
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    In my search for a new stock I found a really nice website that has a Winchester 1966 Sporting Arms and Ammunition 100th Anniversary Edition Catalog. Thought I would share the link. Also bought some new screws from Borwnells for her the person or person that took her a part over the years boogered up the screw heads.

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