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    SA SPG stock conversion

    Here are some photos for Nodak71 showing a SA SPG later conversion to use the trap door butt plate Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Thanks for posting, that looks somewhat like the one I have coming. No use at the moment but thought since they are so uncommon I would get it.

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      #3
      Alot of the SA SPG stock conversions were converted back to their original no trap profile for the collectors and they did not cost that much compared to originals. Always had to watch for the fake SA SPG cartouches too. I always kept my stocks that were converted alone as I feel they represent a certain period during the war plus they are good for "direct conversions". My last photo shows some Winchester WRA WB stocks which I believe most were converted in the field but some do have some rebuild markings last stock is WB factory trapdoorClick image for larger version

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        #4
        I would love to find even a repro SPG stock for my Gas Trap build! It's the final piece of the puzzle!!

        Scott

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          #5
          You can make one from a early WW2 SA stock, all you need is some skill and a solid butt plate

          photos of a early conversion that shows the gap Click image for larger version

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            #6
            hello,
            I have a late 2 equal size hole later gas trap complete replica stock set left that i had copied from an original of mine. All the components are from the same board, air dried not steam kiln dried and finished with p and spg stamps applied.
            JT

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              #7
              Originally posted by RCS View Post
              You can make one from a early WW2 SA stock, all you need is some skill and a solid butt plate

              photos of a early conversion that shows the gap Click image for larger version

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              It's trying to find the early Ww2 stock haha!

              I recently picked up a well sanded SA GHS on the cmp forum for $65. I think it was a short channel one though. a friend is going to try and sort out for me. He seems to be very knowledgeable on Gas Trap M1s. I do have a repro no trap butt plate

              Scott

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                #8
                Why do they have a gap?

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