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    Unknown Stock: Another I-DONT-KNOW-WHY Buy

    I ran across this rather normal but attractive vintage stock in my travels and bought it more out of curiosity. I've been trying to ID the little bugger but haven't, it's a process...

    It does have a 'signature' type shape where the last 3" rear of the receiver fits in. There is a cut-out for something and then two offsets.

    I thought I would share some picks with the folks here; maybe someone has seen something like this.

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    Looks like the Husqvarna 1600 I had. Like this one... https://intersurplus.com/collections...series-stock-9
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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    ooks like the Husqvarna 1600 I had. Like this one... https://intersurplus.com/collections...series-stock-9
    WOW, Jim, that was fast. You nailed it. Thank you
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