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    New Manufacture 1917 Enfield, Italian Stocks

    Has anyone purchased one of these new manufacture 1917 Italianicon made stocks from Gun Parts Corp? I am shopping for a new stock. Am wondering about the quality of wood and fit of these stocks. https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/1571830A


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    I ordered one for a friend, 6 months ago or so, and i looked at it quickly when i received it.
    Very nice wood (not fancy) and well made.
    I believe he told me he had very little fitting to do.

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    I think these originate from Minelli SpA. This company is known for selling 1903(A3) stocks to various retailers, so why not also 1917 stocks, especially if they mention they come from Italyicon..

    Edit: check out this site here ... Minelli replica - Minelli Group

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    I have used Minelli stocks on A3's. Very good fit, only minor relief on the sides of the tang. They, to me, are much better than Boyd's.
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    Their website doesn't show LE stocks?

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    I suspect they make what they used to make for the Italianicon or other European governments, and no more.
    "Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened." W.L.S.C..

    "None need deceive a people determined to deceive themselves."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daan Kemp View Post
    Their website doesn't show LE stocks?
    I was not under the impression the Model of 1917 is a Lee Enfield Rifleicon .

    Seriously though: them not listing this on their website doesn't mean they don't make it. Seems they have a production facility in the US as well. Maybe done there and therefore not listed on the Italianicon website?

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    Sorry, missed the 1917 bit. Would be nice if they did No1/4/5 stocks too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daan Kemp View Post
    Sorry, missed the 1917 bit. Would be nice if they did No1/4/5 stocks too.
    Lee Enfield Stocks

    Seems this company can offer what you are looking for.

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