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BrotherhoodUSMC
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Posted - 12/31/2013 :  5:01:59 PM  Show Profile Send BrotherhoodUSMC a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Looks like typical rebuilds, but I am curious as to the time frame of the stocks they are in. I will post the links.
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For one, the serial number seems fitting for the rifle but the wood look s awfully out of the place, and the other the wood looks decent but the serial number seems way off. Is this type of stuff typical for rebuilds?

cali201
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USA
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Posted - 12/31/2013 :  5:11:33 PM  Show Profile Send cali201 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
with a rebuild any M1 could be dropped into any stock, at least they are Inlands. Let someone else chime in as to the condition/originality of the stocks themselves.
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Tuna
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Posted - 01/01/2014 :  10:12:45 AM  Show Profile Send Tuna a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Both of these have replacement stocks. All WW2 M1A1 stocks were Walnut. The first one is sitting in an Italian military replacement stock as it's Beech. The second one could be in a Springfield Armory replacement stock as it's Birch. Both have been through complete rebuilds.
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