Sorry, but nothing is legible to me. The large oblong stamp with the star in the middle is typical of Guizhou (貴州) Province Communist era markings. The workshop (as opposed to arsenal) made Hanyang rifle has an extraordinarily nice stock.I've got a few Chinese rifles to add to the mix. I've not been able to translate their stocks well as they're quite worn, maybe some of you all would know more than I do or recognize the marks I've got Dolf Goldsmith's Arming the Dragon as my only reference on Chinese rifles, and am aware of the errors with dates of productions.
The first is from one of the Century Arms Hanyang 88 rifles which are clearly old Springfield Sporter imports. This one appears to be a 1942 production rifle. Here's more details in an imgur album: https://imgur.com/a/aNB16Tq
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The Second is a Omega Weapon Systems "Chaing Kai Shek" Mauser Type 24. It appears to be a 1945 production rifle. All I have been able to ID is “人民武装” = people's armed forces. Here is an album with more pictures and details on that rifle. https://imgur.com/a/gPEQE
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The third has no stock markings but I thought it would be of interest. As best I can tell, it is a Warlord Hanyang 88 clone. Here is a comparison with a true Hanyang 88: https://imgur.com/a/27oYfZB . Here is an album that shows how crudely the gun was made: https://imgur.com/a/tZX0J . It was 100 bucks at a local shop and I bought it as a curiosity several years ago. Note that the lighter colored gun is the copy and the darker gun is the original.
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