McMillan HTG? I'm not spun up enough to know if this will meet your clone/replica needs, but it is advertised a such:
Yea, another guy that hopes he can cash in on other desperate people with more money than brains. I bet his reserve is 600 because of the old crap excuse "supply and demand"... Which in my opinion supply and demand has zero to do with genuine logic lol.
That’s some nice looking wood. Has it been stained?I bought one of this sellers...
short action wood stocks.
Its off at LRI now. We will see what it becomes.
Its not correct for M40, close but missing the cheek rise pad and safety bump.
Mine is pretty nicely figured, it should make a nice rifle.
It likely will be the weakest piece of my design @LongRifles Inc. will have some magic to do with it.
Wood stocks can be had cheap. Hope fully they are aged correctly. It will be a shame if a beautiful rifle is built and than the wood twists or splits.
Wood stocks can be expensive too.
Im listing a Springfield Armory (the real one) M1903 pre WWII "C" stock over at the CMP forum. Its NOS in rosin wrapping paper.
If you are an '03 person, crap any kind of a rifle person there is nothing more beautiful than a pre war 1903 stock, the dimensions are slim, yet aggressive, just a beautiful design - to me.
I paid $500 for it close to ten years ago. It was going to be on a pet rifle at some point but Im getting into other things so I listed it to sell. Its expensive but it reflects SA is no longer building stocks and a pre WWII stock will never be made again.
I had the option to purchase this stock but found a correct one for a buck fifty more.Yea, another guy that hopes he can cash in on other desperate people with more money than brains. I bet his reserve is 600 because of the old crap excuse "supply and demand"... Which in my opinion supply and demand has zero to do with genuine logic lol.
That's not my stock but mine is figured.That’s some nice looking wood. Has it been stained?
I don’t know why they won’t do a M40 style.
I messaged them and never got a response to the M40 inquiry.
It seems that patience and $$$ is the key to finding an M40 style stock.
Does TP ever have any of their $500-600 stocks available/in-stock????? Doesn’t seem like it. I bought a walnut PSS from Numrich years ago and more recently, a CRS M40 copy. The CRS needs a bit of fitting, but I think that’s the one I’m goin with. The PSS is a beautiful stock and looks to be pretty much a “drop-in”, but I just like the feel of the CRSI don’t see any available for$575