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H&K G3 Stock Set Wooden with Black Grip Grade II Butt Stock Forearm Grip and Hardware

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The G3 was adopted in 1958 as the standard infantry weapon of the German Bundeswehr replacing the Bundeswehr's G1 and remained in service until 1997. The G3 is chambered in 7.62 x 51 mm, G3 stands for "Gewehr 3", German for "Rifle, 3". The rifles have been taken apart and the parts are now being sold in the surplus market. This is a complete wooden stock set that includes the butt stock, forearm, black grip, and some hardware in Grade II condition.

All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited. Unfortunately, we can not accept backorders or returns on any surplus products.
. Surplus condition scale: Grade I - Used in like new to excellent condition.
Grade II - Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III - Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use.
MGR-280 Wooden with Black Grip
MGR-281 OD Green 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"I would have to say the last set I bought fit a little tight, but it was in really good condition when I received it several years ago to replace the Century Arms G3 Sporter stock that the rifle had on the weapon. I will say that they are good a good investment, if you want an original look to the rifle or just want to be able to use the 3 point sling, which comes in handy when hunting, because you don't have to carry the firearm all over the place. I would recommend this item and the sling if your rifle has the attachment point at the front of it, cause the sling just hooks there and goes into the buttstock easy."
5.0 5
"Item was far better than expected and well worth the cost! The only thing i had to do was remove the metal gas seal from the piston rod(it wont work in current guns), which was accomplished by removing a small roll pin, removing the seal stop, installing the teflon seal and reassembling. whole task was easy! afterward my rifle ten times better and functions normal, but is slightly heavier due to the wood this should dull the recoil! anything would be an improvement over the plastic stocks due to these guns kicking like Mules!!!"