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    What brand of stocks are these??

    Came across three old br type stocks and they have no markings. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mram10 View Post
    Came across three old br type stocks and they have no markings. Thanks
    McMillan or a copy.

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    Top stock is wood, not fiberglass. It is similar to that found on an 40x .22 rifle, though the bottom of the stock appears different (not inletted for the drop-plate magazine box.) The long oval in the foreend is for an older style handstop setup (see https://www.egunner.com/remington-mo...uction_details for an example.) Two holes at the 4:30 and 7:30 positions are for spring-loaded tuners, typically discarded by many shooters.

    Second stock appears to be for the same action. Not sure of material, is missing the handstop cutout, but has the tuner holes. Not sure if the front swivel is for a bipod, or if it was used with a bag riding tool, such as Hart's Accuracy Asset. ( https://www.hartcustomrifles.com/pro...ccuracy-asset/ )

    Third stock appears to be for the same action as well. Again, no idea about material, no tuner holes or handstop rail. The comment about the front sling swivel applies to this stock as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asa Yam View Post
    Top stock is wood, not fiberglass. It is similar to that found on an 40x .22 rifle, though the bottom of the stock appears different (not inletted for the drop-plate magazine box.) The long oval in the foreend is for an older style handstop setup (see https://www.egunner.com/remington-mo...uction_details for an example.) Two holes at the 4:30 and 7:30 positions are for spring-loaded tuners, typically discarded by many shooters.

    Second stock appears to be for the same action. Not sure of material, is missing the handstop cutout, but has the tuner holes. Not sure if the front swivel is for a bipod, or if it was used with a bag riding tool, such as Hart's Accuracy Asset. ( https://www.hartcustomrifles.com/pro...ccuracy-asset/ )

    Third stock appears to be for the same action as well. Again, no idea about material, no tuner holes or handstop rail. The comment about the front sling swivel applies to this stock as well.
    Holy cow! Talk about an expert opinion! Thank you. Iím trying to figure out how to sell them for my retiring friend.

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    The top stock is indeed for a 40X .22 rifle. They can be bought all day long on ebay for $100 or less.

    The other two look like early HS Precision stocks for the same rifle.

    If I were selling them, I'd put them all on ebay for a starting price of $50 each with no reserve. See what the market will bear. Good photos are important, especially of the inletting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vtmarmot View Post
    The top stock is indeed for a 40X .22 rifle. They can be bought all day long on ebay for $100 or less.

    The other two look like early HS Precision stocks for the same rifle.

    If I were selling them, I'd put them all on ebay for a starting price of $50 each with no reserve. See what the market will bear. Good photos are important, especially of the inletting.
    Thank you. Appreciate the help

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