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This one came from Strembridge through Dan Shay, at Knob Creek, some time back. Had a blank firer on it as I recall, didnt take much to correct it.

Stock was stressed cracked just below the back end of the receiver. I had the Garand stock fixer guy look about gluing and putting some sort of a finish on the kinda sorry stock. In fact, I even bought a parts set intending to change the stocks. Parts set is 38A, stocks visibly and mechanically different, not much, but enough to notice. So now I have a parts set to dispose of........

Hmm.......lost a picture.??? Stock is lighter than wall picture shows it to be.

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Yes I would love to know a price myself as that would look great in the Italian collection.
 

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Check your PMs, Guys.......that is now called a "Conversation" in the drop down box under your avatar.

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Pm reploed to PJ awaiting 383runners response since he posted first.
 

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Chased cattle & built 4 strands of barbed wire over a creek this afternoon......bee guys coming in the morning. Pictures asap

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PJH,
In regards to your second picture you posted. Please move the Sturmgewehr to the top shelf where it belongs.
Thank you. 😊
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Ahhhh......top shelf.......I keep it down low as it is a daily shooter. Dont have to stretch to get it off the pins.!!!!!!

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