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i was wondering ,i would like to put a newer style stock on my sons 6.5x55 i was hoping for a synthetic or wood,i would like it to be a thumbhole style,anyone have any ideas,the one stock place i talked to asked me if it was a carl gustav stock and i have no idea,
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umm on the top of the receiver should be a name and a date (right aboave the chamber). most common is husquevarna and carl gustav( two of mine ar gustav's)they are the most common of the two ( at least in my neck of the woods )not sure who makes a thumbhole stock tho ...but there is a multitude of stockmakers who do custom work as well as the larger known brands
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For M94 or M96 Swedish Mauser - Very refined Classic "Pre-Fit" rifle stock with ebony forearm tip - made from outstanding fancy black walnut with intense fancy figure and mineral coloring throughout"