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I have a friend who wants to sell me a enfield 2a rifle for real cheap but the stock is waisted cracked all over chunks missing but all metal is great. I was wondering can a replacment stock be found and how much? Thank you. John
 

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Any No1 timberwork will fit but if its the original then try Numrich they usually have them advertised there
 

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Numrich looks like they still have the Indian wood that they've been selling for a while, it'd be just the thing. All the various little bits might prove to be a problem if you're missing any. I've been having a heck of a time trying to find one buttplate screw for my 2A1.
 

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I wanted to know if someone knew who had the 2a stocks. I have tried Numrich there is no listing that I can find. There has to be someone who has them. Thank you. John
 

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jrhead75. Thank you for the information. I was wondering. What is different about the butt of the 2a conpared to the no1 mk3. John
 

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Different buttplate and a higher comb. The aft end of a 2A butt is flat rather than slightly curved like the No1 butt. Also... when I tried to remove the butt on my 2A1, my usual screwdriver was too short by quite a bit.
 

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2A wood

The inletting for the magazine in the forearm is slightly diffrent than the MkIII, but should not be a big issue to fix with a rasp or file.
 
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