I can tell you that there is a variance at least in some. I tried to swap an older style MN stock onto my new refurb 1923 Izzy and the deal breaker was that the buttplate from my rifle was at least a 1/4" too short leaving an exposed section of the toe. ~Andy
Not hardly! There are different styles, sizes, and contours - not considering those that have been used as replacements and re-bent. Widths will also vary and screw holes don't always line up. (Just alike, but different.) HTH, DDR
Thanks for all the responses, but I was hoping for more uniformity. Oh well, I have one on the way and maybe I'll get lucky and it will fit my stock. If not, I can see a post entitled "how do I bend a mosin buttplate??" in my near future!!
As you build up the number of Mosins in your possession you also get parts for assorted reasons. Restoration purposes etc. The parts are not uniform for the most part but yeah thats part of the fun. Keep looking, ordering and shopping and you'll find what you need eventually.