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    i couldn't get past the sanded stock.

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    Thats a shame, looks like some chatter still remains on some parts of the stock

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    Some late dot 1944s have smooth stocks that left the factory that way

    http://ww2weaponsforum.com/showthrea...-Late-dot-1944
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    My trends show that the semi-kriegsmodell stocks don't reallly show up until about 50,000 (some reported in the 49,000 serials). It could be resto, albeit with a sanded stock - this one doesn't look like the type your son has. If it is original I'd expect to see a "dot" on the bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfarb View Post
    My trends show that the semi-kriegsmodell stocks don't reallly show up until about 50,000 (some reported in the 49,000 serials). It could be resto, albeit with a sanded stock - this one doesn't look like the type your son has. If it is original I'd expect to see a "dot" on the bottom.


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