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    Bob, May the Michigan Murphy blow a cold wind upon you with lots of SNOW.

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    Down to locating the buyers of these last three remaining parts, in order to put this original carbine back like it was. Willing to stand tall within reason to get them back. $ or trade as I have done for the others already acquired.

    Recoil plate and screw W-S'G'
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    Butt plate IBM Pattern
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    Making progress. New pics towards bottom of album. Note the IBM CC ghost found on stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USGI View Post
    David, I had the same sort of problem with an S'G' Carbine about 10 years ago. Not an I cut, but it had an additional problem of an embedded metal piece for attaching the sling, as well as an extension at the rear. I had never done any stock work before, but just thought it all out, and then proceeded with a lot of care. It didn't turn out perfect, but was better than I had expected. I had the gun on my table at an Oregon Arms Collector show about a year ago, and a couple of pretty knowledgeable guys were inspecting it closely. I overheard one explain to the other that the stock had probably been damaged during the war and later repaired at an arsenal facility! Removing the wood filler without causing further damage was a major concern, but was much easier than figuring out how to replace the stock extension. Good luck with your project, it looks like an interesting one! - Bob
    Some seriously impressive work there USGI, you did a fantastic job of rebuilding the stock.

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