Winchester M1 Garand Rifle Stock - Long Channel with Original Metal #87

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Seller: dougsstockpile (8,545) 100%, Location: Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Ships to: US, Item: 312735406270 This is a fine vintage WWII era Winchester Repeating Arms WRA original condition rifle stock for the M1 Garand. I purchased this stock over 20 years ago from Armscorp of Maryland. I had met the owner Jack Freise at a gun show and bought a number of stocks from him. He offered to sell me "more stocks than you can imagine" and I went to the Maryland based business. Well, I did buy more stocks than you can imagine and sold much of what I got from him and the CMP here on eBay over the last two decades. This Winchester long channel rifle stock with metal came out of Armscorp on one of my many trips to pick up stocks and parts. The stock is 100% as purchased, it has Korean pained symbols on the butt stock sides, rack number 224 painted on the underside of the pistol grip. It does not have a cartouche or Proof Ps that I can see. You will find it a bit dirty, has dings and dents and all the character a 75 year old military stock may have. Buying this stock gives you a piece of Doug's Stock Pile and a good restorable WRA early long channel M1 Garand stock with metal. Please look over the pictures, feel free to email questions and please check out all our fine listings. Thank you so much. Condition: Used, Condition: this is a WWII era Winchester Repeating Arms WRA produced M1 Garand rifle stock. It is a very early long channel stock having the original metal, just as purchased by Doug's Stock Pile 20 years ago., Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

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