Re: 1903A3: Too good to be true?
Thanks. I put that stock on sometime in the late 1960's, and never finished it. It is just bare wood. It did take a lot of work channeling out the part for the barrel. (Canít think of what itís called right now) Couldnít hit the side of a barn after I put the stock on the gun. Fortunately, a guy I was working with at the time told me what was wrong. He said the barrel canít touch the stock. It has to be free floating, and said I needed to be able to slide a cigarette paper between the barrel and the stock. Man, it took a lot more work to accomplish that, but once I was able to slide a cigarette paper under the barrel, she shot straight again, and I could hit what I was aiming at.
I wonder if it would be worth more today with or without the original military stock?
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