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The stock has an old look to the finish, but the stampings on it definitely need to be scrutinized better. There are brand new surplus replacement stocks in-the-wrapper out there with the Ordnance Wheel markings on the pistol grip (no other markings).

If I remember correctly - Overton made them and marked the packaging so?

Up until this post, I never gave this much thought to the stock. show years ago cmp had tables selling rifles, you could pick the rifle you wanted and it was marked with your info and set back and when you sent your paper work in thats the rifle you would get it. I have a letter from the department manager of that CMP location giving me a brief bit of detail regarding that purchase. The additional circular markings may very well be from handling.

when they unloaded them from the truck they were carried in 5-6 at a time, loaded on a mans arms and as i remember the sights and op rod loading lever put marks on some of the stocks some thing like that. I think those circular marks on the stock are from bumping up against rear sights in transit somewhere too.

I bought a few pallets of "junk" stocks from the CMP and many of the stocks have similar marks as well as marks made from op rod handles.

You have to remember that these were not "collectible" when handled by the military and when surplused out.

I assume the buttplate issue you are referencing relates to the 2S marked plates that were thought to be used only by Winchester.

My information came from Canfield's book and the book that covers Overton production of primarily carbine stocks but also post war garand stocks.

According to my reading Overton only produced Garand stocks post war so how would an original NFR cartouche wind up on a stock produced years later.

I've seen similar ones go on the CMP boards very recently in that serial range for around 0, but again this one may have more value to some for the stock alone. Went with the posting above giving July/Aug as manufacturing date. My experience/knowledge is that barrel dates during WWII are seldom more than 2 months earlier than receiver. My WAG is its a rebuild (lots of new WWII barrels were used in rebuilds), or a put-on by a later owner. I take no personal position of the "original" issue thing with US Rifles .. But I do think anybody who has a mismatched Garand should at least know about this article ..

Granted - not proof its a replacement, just enough suspect to make someone think it over heavily. it does answer a lot of questions, sometimes changes minds .. https:// there are plenty of pictures out there of 'field repair stations' (for lack of a better term) from different areas, stacks and stacks of weapons, and a few guys hovering over some cleaning equipment, bins and tanks, working on them, kinda puts things in perspective The ordinance wheel on the pistol grip is believed to be a factory subinspection mark and as stated appears around 1.8 million on original production rifles.

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