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Assuming there are 2 rifles in almost EXACTLY the same condition / date manufacture the whole lot.
The only diference is this :
Rifle A = matching stock numbers with reciever only (bolt, sights and all other markings NO MATCH)
Rifle B = All matching Metal parts including reciever, bolt ect,, BUT DIFERENT MATCHING WOOD (of the same year manufacture).
Is it fair to say that "Rifle B" would be the more colectable in terms of value ?
 

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b. Wood is no significant issue, doesn't affect the "shootability of the rifle but matching bolt almost assures a rifle safe to shoot and saves cost of bolt, bolt-head and headspacing.
 
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