December 18th, 2016, 12:28 PM
Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: St. Louis
M14 Stock Identification Help
I am new to this Forum. I have owned Springfield M1A rifles in the past. I was cleaning out a locker and found a stock for a M14. From the research I have done on line I think it is a T44 stock.
It is walnut and metal is intact. Selector cutout is present. Circle and P on pistol grip. Eagle cartouche on left side of rifle and in pencil inside stock the letter-number D 6324.
Butt plate M1 Garand type. front end cap, sling swivel. stock liner, rear swivel intact.
It is frankly beautiful piece of work in as new condition. I have no need for this so gun broker comes to mind.
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I have noted online that they will go for serious money. I can get some photos but this thing needs nothing to put on and admire... Thanks for any help.
Last edited by XXIV Corps; December 18th, 2016 at 12:58 PM.
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