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    Bren Stock set

    Thanks Kev G. Have not visited for a while.

    Straight to the point. Thank you for posting that link. I have written and made inquiry as to whether they had sets available and are they for sale?

    Time will tell.

    Hoping to head to the UKicon in the Spring (only season I have not seen there), so may be able to pick up a set while visiting. Will mainly be in the Yorkshire area. Maybe a quick trip down to London? If Form doesn't come thru, might have to find a few sources to see who might steer me in the right direction?

    Pending no war in the US? If that happens, don't think I will be able to leave.

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    Like I said they wont normally sell to the public on these but worth a shot.
    I would have thought you would have had more luck in the US with a stock manufacturer ?
    If you can find some one who is willing to do them I can forward the factory drawing FOC ?

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    Complete Bren MkI humpback stock

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    Is it an original stock or a reproduction?

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    With the repairs it looks original and beech wood .

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    Sorry my bad. I moved the posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by tr63 View Post
    With the repairs it looks original
    Yes that's what I thought.


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