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    Springfield M1A1 wood stock

    My son bought a new one with synthetic stock and now wishes he would have listened to the old man and got it with wood. PM if you have or know of one. Thanks.

    Rusty

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    what version stock are you looking for? The standard "battle" stock or the heavy match stock

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    I have a Springfield Armory walnut with metal. No handguard

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    Quote Originally Posted by country gent View Post
    what version stock are you looking for? The standard "battle" stock or the heavy match stock
    Yes. Lol Not sure he or I know the difference. I will get back to you in that after I “research”/google.

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    I have a NIB Boyds 3 pc Walnut M1 Stock # 200-011-S no metal. PM to follow with pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustyshooter View Post
    Yes. Lol Not sure he or I know the difference. I will get back to you in that after I “research”/google.
    The GI contour wood stock is what was issued. They also issued fiberglass versions. The match wood stock are heavier and bulkier. They were designed for NRA Service Rifle competition. There are mid-weight options also.

    https://www.firearmsnews.com/editori...0steel%20liner.

    Some options here

    https://www.lrbarms.com/m14-stocks--hand-guards.html

    https://thestockemporium.com/product...y-stock-birch/

    https://fredsm14stocks.com/M14-Rifle-Stocks_c2.htm

    https://www.treelinem14.com/Wood-USGI-M14-Stocks_c3.htm

    https://www.fulton-armory.com/m14-m1a-stocks.aspx

    https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-man...eld/stocks-m1a

    https://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/mgwi/prod/nx5802
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    Quote Originally Posted by FishHunter357 View Post
    I have a NIB Boyds 3 pc Walnut M1 Stock # 200-011-S no metal. PM to follow with pictures.
    The OP is looking for a M-14/M1a not an M1 Garand.
    2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. - "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

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    Have a military issue M14 wood stock that was painted in a camouflage pattern. Unsure if done by a USGI armorer or later owner. Thing with M1a/M14s you don't just swap stocks, you don't even take stock off and back on too many times or bedding goes to crap. He does realize this is probably a gunsmith job to be done right, not just swapping a few screws? Have not considered selling, have several stocks which I buy as spares but become excuses to build more rifles but is this something like he is looking for or does he want presentation grade wood which can be found at many stock seller stores?

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    Gentlemen, I knew this was the place to come and find resources for this stock. Thanks for all your time and efforts spent informing and helping us. We have found a stock for him. Thanks.

    Rusty

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