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Want to Buy Stocks for Enfield, No1 MKIII

Thread in 'Want To Buy Ads' started by vernon.45, Mar 16, 2019 at 10:03 PM.

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    Looking for good to decent furniture in unaltered condition for an Enfield MKIII.
    Looking for both of the upper guards, a lower handguard and a buttstock.

    Let me know what you have.
     
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    I have a few buttstocks but I don’t know the differences. Is there a quick reference so I can measure them or do you have an eagle eye?
     
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    If you wouldn't mind sending me pics of them I would love to check them out.
     
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    The one that looks like bare wood has been run through the dish washer once just to remove all the hunk. I think it may be birch or beech. I have no front wood that is uncut. The few I have are all sportered.
     

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    The the 1st and 2nd from the top seem to be off of No.4 variants. The 3rd one (just above the stock with the cupped buttplate) could be a No1.
    Any chance you could snap a pic from the front? Showing the angles cut to fit into the reciever band?
     
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    There are some variation in many of them, it can be a bit of a headache sometimes telling one from another.
     
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    Butt stock and upper rear handguard has been found.
    Still looking for the others.
     
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