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Armory Instruction stock I would guess, from the clean cut resection and foregrip "reshaping", and lack of anything else with it. If not it's a great example of what not to do.
 

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Yep, it's a stock taken off a Romanian used "Instructie" (training) 91/30.

Some bubba probably moved the rifle into an Archangel stock monstrosity. :rolleyes:
 

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Yep, it's a stock taken off a Romanian used "Instructie" (training) 91/30.

Some bubba probably moved the rifle into an Archangel stock monstrosity. :rolleyes:
Would that be a step down or lateral monstrosity going by the stock resembling a spaghetti sandwich in a hurricane?
 

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It also seems to be cut for a bayonet like a m44
You see stocks like that on the Romanian made version of the M91/30. As I recall these stocks were made by splicing a longer front end onto a M44 stock, hence the bayonet cutout.
 

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Would that be a step down or lateral monstrosity going by the stock resembling a spaghetti sandwich in a hurricane?
Instructies are generally very rough (having been through the grinder). I'm honestly not a fan of them, but they are collectable.

On the other hand, when I see a Mosin in an Archangel stock, my conclusion is that the owner apparently wanted to make his rifle inbred. :sneaky:
 

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Instructies are generally very rough (having been through the grinder). I'm honestly not a fan of them, but they are collectable.

On the other hand, when I see a Mosin in an Archangel stock, my conclusion is that the owner apparently wanted to make his rifle inbred. :sneaky:
I'm reluctant to admit it, but I just recently had a single piece interrupter Ejector snap under stress and I just finished dealing with the fallout. When she went I guess I kicked the pointy half just right to split the grain about half an inch below the top of the receiver notch for approximately 5 inches. I literally just cried realizing that I was the one to break something that made it 104 years to get broken by me.
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The rifle the stock fit would have been assigned to 2ND line forces or for training.
My rifle has been shot a lot and the rifling is rounded,but it still shoots well.
The bolt action is very smooth and the trigger is not gritty and brakes cleanly.
I'd buy another.y
 
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