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M1 or M2 Carbine Paratrooper WWII Style Folding Stock Set

 
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CRB098
MCB-090
MCB-090
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Classic Hardwood Military folding stock with pistol grip, swing out wire stock and butt plate, sling swivel slot, and wooden hand guard, exact replica of the original GI issue with leather cheek rest. Outfit and upgrade your classic WWII or Korean War vintage M1 or M-2 carbine with this beautiful hardwood stock. Not legal in all areas, so check your local laws before ordering.

Will not fit Universal or Iver Johnson guns, or other replicas. Installation on the M-2 will require fitting to accommodate the selector. The current production Auto-Ordinance guns will require substantial fitting even though they are advertised as all Mil-Spec. The receivers on these guns are slightly larger in several areas than original GI Carbines and may require sanding and fitting. Total weight: 2 pounds. Stock length of pull measures 13.5" 
Total number of Reviews: 26

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2.0 5
"Stock looks real nice but will require a lot of work to get the barreled receiver to fix. For the amount of money I paid for it should fit without major reconstruction."
2.0 5
"Nice hardwood. Appears to be walnut. Horrible fit. Required extensive alteration to receiver tang, including fabrication of a wooden shim. Manufacturer needs to improve his tooling. All this on an original WWII M1 carbine."
4.0 5
"I am very happy with product !!! a small ding in wood from shipping My son installed it on my GI saginaw m1 .Fits great and looks are nice......... no mods needed to fit on mine bluesman"
4.0 5
"Found the stock to be a perfect fit for my Inland military issue. No adjustments needed. The barrel band was a very tight fit but that is good. I spent more time trying to get the sling off my old wooden stock than I did on attaching this stock. Major downside is mine did not have the leather cheekpiece. I never followed up with vendor as I was planning to a attach a magazine pouch in its place. Still very pleased."
5.0 5
"Perfect fit, metal to wood is very tight. Is walnut with a oil finish, much darker than picture on web page. Took about 5 minutes to swap out my Inland from it's original stock to this one. Lock up on folder is tight and DOES NOT MOVE when you fire it. High quality repro, IMHO."
2.0 5
"Stock looks great but requires major fitting. Good Luck if you purchase one of these."
3.0 5
"I have this stock, and while the fit and finish is very nice, I really dont think its hardwood. Dents VERY easy, and is VERY lightweight. I own MANY milsurp weapons, and THOSE stocks are hard, so I know what hard wood is. This is not. I'm almost tempted to say its pine or cedar lol. But I can confidently say its NOT maple, hickory, beech, oak, or walnut. Waay too soft for that."
5.0 5
"Yes it does fit a Iver Johnson at least on mine it does. It will not fit there 22 version that I can promise you. Yes it is hardwood and the finish is a medium walnut color. The only fiting I had to do was on the recoil lug, just took my dremel to it with a polishing stone and reblued it. Yes the front band is a very tight fit and could not get the spring to lock but will work on that later. Mine had the leather cheek piece and there looks like ther is a spot for a oiler behind it. The spring does make noise when you open and close it but lockup is positive. Wish it came with a parts brakedown sheet so you can order replacement parts in the future. In all I am very happy with it."
4.0 5
"Took a chance on ordering this for my WWII carbine after reading a few poor reviews. Though it was a bit pricey for a repro I must say I am toataly satisfied with my purchase! Beautiful finish on hardwood stock, looks like the original full stock I removed. Reciever dropped right in with no tooling or modification and fits like a glove! Hardware solid and functions perfectly. This is hard to tell, if at all, from an original! Thanks CTD! Only suggestion would be to throw in an oiler with the stock at this price."
4.0 5
"VERY BEAUTIFUL WOOD GRAIN STOCK. IT TOOK 2 HOURS OF WORK WITH A DREMEL AND A SMALL WOOD CHISEL, BUT I KNEW IT WOULD BE WORK, SEEING HOW THE M1 WAS A \"PLAINFIELD\",(PRE-UNIVERSAL). THE FINISHED GUN LOOKS GREAT AND FUNCTIONS PERFECTLY, REALLY ADDS VALUE TO YOUR M1. I BOUGHT THE SLING AND OILER DEAL, ALSO. IF YOU AREN'T CRAFTY OR HANDY, AND DON'T LIKE A CHALLEGE, I'D THINK TWICE ABOUT GETTING THIS STOCK. QUITE A BIT OF WORK, BUT WORTH IT !!!!!"
3.0 5
"I bought this stock to put on my all original Inland M1 Carbine as a way to not only \"spruce it up\", but also so that I could protect the original stock. I had hoped to drop in the weapons receiver, but found that the rectangular cap which sits at the rear of the upper receiver would not fit into the new paratrooper stocks recoil plate. But, with a little work from the old Dremel tool using a grinding tip, I was easily able to shape the recoil plate to accept it. Also, the folding stock has an opening for the oiler behind the leather cheek piece for the oiler too be placed in. I found it was a slight bit too wide for the G.I. issue one, allowing it to fall out if you moved the rifle around much. A small bit of rubber weather-striping placed on the inside curve fixed that problem rickity-tick."
4.0 5
"I am very pleased. No need to work on stock or rifle to accommodate. A perfect fit, a tight metal to wood match. It looks awesome on my original WWII carbine. The wood is darker than pictured, in great shape and a fine grain. The oiler holder does not really work well but I consider this a minor problem"
2.0 5
"A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED WITH STOCK. HAD TO TAKE ALOT OF MATERIAL OUT OF STOCK TO GET RECEIVER IN. I THINK THE COLOR IS TOO DARK. IF YOU PURCHASE THIS STOCK MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A DREMEL TOOL AND ALOT OF SANDPAPER."
5.0 5
"I bought my stock at the Gun show this summer and I was more than pleased with it. Every thing dropped right into place with no problem, no grinding, no chipping or any of that ,it all fits like a glove."
4.0 5
"After a little bit of this, and a whole lot of that, the stock fit perfectly on my CMP Winchester M1. Just for curiosity, I tried using my Ivers Johnson. Worked like a champ without any more modifications. About three hours labor, well worth it, looks and feels great."
4.0 5
"From my experience with this stock I think it's a good purchase in my case. I had to do a little bit of work filing the band to fit the band spring. And as opposed to filing the Recoil Plate on the back I just turned the 2 screws not even a quarter a turn for a better fit because it wouldn't let the receiver drop into the body without applying downward pressure on the barrel/receiver area. But all in all very happy with the stock."
5.0 5
"I was very pleased with the appearance of the stock when I received it.A very nice dark matte finish, which matched the original stock on my Underwood.It took no alterations whatsoever to get the it to fit into the new stock.I did need to loosen some of the screws to get all the points ligned up.The only gripe I could think of the oiler does tend to fall out.I am very happy with it, and would recomend it to anyone."
2.0 5
"I bought this stock to put on my original M1A1 carbine to protect the original stock. I had to grind for a bout two hours with a Dremel tool to get recoil plate to accept the Inland reciever. I also had to remove some wood from in front of the magazine well to get the action to set into the stock. For $180 you should get a stock that at least comes close to fitting. Once it is fitted the stock looks great and is darker than the picture shows. However, it is not normal hardwood (it might be a species like poplar, doubtful), but is cut from something like pine. It's very soft."
5.0 5
"As a paratrooper reenactor and WWII buff ill tell any one to this my carbine fit right in like a glove...... i like this peace very much its the best!!!!!!!!"
2.0 5
"Extremely disappointed with the stock since I em a military weapons buff and have served my country for over 20 years and still serving. The first stock I got cracked trying to fit the reciever into it because it was soo tight. Used all the right tools, rubber mallet, screw driver etc. I took my time trying to fit it in there. I repaired the 1 first stock, but ordered a second one for sake. Same problem, TOO DAM TIGHT!!! But again took my time and finally got it to fit.. Great Look! But horrible manufacture, needs retooling to be correct to fit. Sincerly SSG Williams, U.S. Army Infantry, 10th Mountain Divison."
4.0 5
"Just received the stock and within 30 minutes My IBM M1 was snug and looking good. No dremmel or modification needed.Minor complaints pretty much in line with other reveiws, stock a bit pricey considering that the stock is not hardwood, I'd guess poplar, mine already had a small blemish from the cast butt due to shipping, oiler slot way to loose, but over all a nice modification.Looks awsome with a 40 round clipCheers!"
2.0 5
"1st the good, the hardware is excellent, I had to dremel the screw slot to accept a normal sized screwdriver. It came apart easily (removel was needed to adjust the recoil block). After placing the receiver and barrel it neeeded to be dremeled in a few more places. The handguard was way too thick, could not sight the rifle, so I had to sand and fit the stock and hanguard. I then had to strip the finish from the whole unit to try and match.It came out close after 3 tries. I am looking for a new handguard, it still has fitting problems. I wanted one, I got one, I don't want another one."
3.0 5
"The add stated \uFFFDExact replica\uFFFD well it aint. The original had leather not vinyl for a cheek piece, original sported walnut wood, not this stuff, the hardware on the original was parkerized, not blued like this one is and the rivets on this cheek piece are incorrect. The hand guard needed to have some acraglas added to the lip to secure it tight under the barrel band. All my military Carbines fit nicely with out any modification to the stock. It is too pricy for what you get but compared to the price of an original I will gladly pay the money and do some work on the wood and hardware. But the bottom line is if your going to make a copy of an original, make it like the original, don\uFFFDt just go half way."
5.0 5
"This stock was a great buy every thing went together like it meant to be on my General Motors Co. 1944 Inland DIV. Carbine. I went and shot it and no rattling like the original stock did. All an all, the stock paired with an Ultimak M6-b forward rail mount topped with a UTG long eye releif scope, this rifle is the best I have ever used."
4.0 5
"stock fit my plainfield with little sanding looks great very happy"
4.0 5
"The stock fit my Saginaw with no modification. The barrel band clip needs some work to catch and hold correctly and the oiler clamp is a loose fit. Otherwise, it was great."