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I saw this fibreglass/synthetic stock in a for sale on another forum, the action is an M17 in 450 Ackley Magnum.....does anyone have any idea what brand of stock it is ?? It is the M17/P14 action with the original stepped magazine/floorplate.



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That's a good looking stock.....id like a couple!


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MPI makes a fiberglass stock for the p14 1917.
 
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Can't help bud, but nice stock, Id like it with out the belly & Id whack it on one of these BSA sporter actions !
 
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Did you ever find out who made the stock?
 
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Not yet Frowner

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Is it wood painted with bed liner? I've seen P-14 and M17 military stocks with wood grafts and filler coated in bed liner.
 
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I don't think so, the shape is all wrong for a military stock

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.....according to MPI, its not one of theirs.

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That's a really nice one all right. Hope you can find out who the maker is!


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Looks like this is a dead issue....found the gun on another forum, but the owner says the stock has no markings and the gun was bought from a pawn shop. The work was done by a Spokane gunsmith, the original owner died before he could use it and the wife sold it.....

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