4-2-2 A Musket stock sanded to look like a 45-70 rifle stock. A rod lock was added by the company that reworked the stock. The stock is sound with no cracking in the wrist area. There is a minor crack ahead of the trigger plate, which is not a problem. The stock is cut for the narrow receiver. It has the nose cap, lock washers rod lock, and band springs. $175 + S/H.
Contact Al Frasca at afrasca@erinet.com or call 937-399-5002.



4-2-1 An 1884 dated Rifle stock that has is in very good condition with a strong cartouche and circled P stamp. The stock had been cracked at the wrist and has been bonded back together. It is cut for the wide receiver and has the nose cap, lock washers and band springs. $175 + S/H.
Contact Al Frasca at afrasca@erinet.com or call 937-399-5002.



3-8 An 1877 dated Rifle stock that has seen a lot of service. It is cut for the narrow receiver and has the nose cap, lock washers and band springs. There is a drying crack at the rear of the lock plate area. This is a common place to find a drying crack on a trapdoor stock. I do not believe the stock has been sanded, just well used. $175 + S/H.
Contact Al Frasca at afrasca@erinet.com or call 937-399-5002.



3-3-2 M73/84 cut to carbine length stock cartouched SWP/1884 with a circled P. The stock is cut to accept wide receivers (SN over 96000). There is not damaged. The ramrod hole is only slightly exposed due to the way the stock has been shortened. The stock has not been sanded and is in excellent condition. It comes with band spring, and lock washers. $150+ S/H.
Contact Al Frasca at afrasca@erinet.com or call 937-399-5002.