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Old 01-10-2008, 10:20 PM
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It had the old style monte carlo stock with the black dot and the serial is G957728 I think I had a 7mm mauser that was loaned to me but the guy was just hiding it at my house from his kid and decided he wanted it back.This gun was given from a relative who collects guns and the stock I ordered was for a pre 64 and it fit that's about all I know.
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Old 01-11-2008, 11:58 AM
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7 mag

Gem,

I looked in the bluebook, and it appears that there were no 7mm mags till about 1965. If you have a current B/B check it out. If it is a featherweight, yours is still a very desirable rifle, maybe only available for two years [91-92].

Bob

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Old 01-11-2008, 11:13 PM
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I put the serial in on a site and it came up with 70 but doesn't explain how hte pre 64 stock fit or why my gunsmith thought it was a pre 64 hmm
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Old 01-15-2008, 12:13 AM
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Pre 64

The guys are right on on their prices, however did I read right that the stock is not original? If you do not have the original stock in good shape, those prices come down alot. Probably around 500-600 or so if that in most cases.
If you have the original stock for it I would consider wrapping it with either a gunsock or keep it in a gun case with some humidity removers thrown in to stop warping, Being that it is not on the gun. I have seen old factory stocks stored in a safe, that the forend would warp toward the barrel groove and can make it difficult to reinstall the barrel, this was a rare case, but would hate to see it happen again.
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