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Discussion in 'Rifles' started by cajunautoxer, Nov 18, 2019.
I have <30 firearms I haven't shot
As far as I can tell, it should; just make sure the screw holes roughly line up on your stock as they do on that plate...
Also, note it doesn't have the trap door for the cleaning kit. If yours does, and it should, you might want to keep looking for one that does.
Just took that fugly piece off and it doesn't need trap door. It does look like someone mucked up stock
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Not sure about the Norinco, but I was recently checking prices on Arsenals. The cheapest I found was over $1400 and ranging above $2000. Of course those were mainly new or like new. The problem I was seeing is that they only import a limited number and as the numbers dwindle the prices go up. I'm not a collector, so I didn't see the value of buying something that is nearly double in price from when they originally sold.
Ugh, but if you can find a box of wooden matches you could jam as many of them in (with the heads removed, of course) and some wood glue, and that should hold the screws in.
I've also heard of people drilling out the holes and gluing in a hardwood dowel, then redrilling it.
You could use try a combination of glue and sawdust, let it dry then drill it.
Wall anchors or JB Weld might do the trick, but I'd try one the above options first.
Longer screws of the same width would help as well.
It won't look great, but it will be covered by that butt pad...
Neither rifle has the original furniture on it, both were imported as 'thumbhole' guns in the early-mid 1990s.
The grip on the MAK looks like it may be Chinese, the butt and fore end are not.
If someone wants my SLR-95 for $1000, let me know and its yours. Got a thumbhole stock on it from when it was imported. I havent shot it more than 40 times