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I did some gun dealing today and one of the items I got was a Remington 1903 (modified) in a C stock. From studying Canfield's book it seems that the C stock is wrong for this gun. It is one of the rough finished wartime stocks mentioned in the book. The metal is in very good shape. Four groove barrel and 1941 dated. Should I leave it in the C stock or look around for a proper stock? I started to swap it with a slant stock on my 03A4 but I'm sure that the stock is the correct one for that rifle. Let me know what you think. O' yea, someone is going to ask about the price: $450 OTD.