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Old May 22nd, 2010, 06:06 AM   #1
 
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How much does Ruger charge for a new No. 1 stock set?

So I just bought a stainless No. 1 in .308 but am not crazy about the plywood stock. My stainless Marlins all have walnut stocks and look great so I'd like to add a walnut stock set to this gun too. Does anybody know what Ruger charges for a wood set for the No. 1 Std.? Also, if I were to swap with a Light Sporter style stock, can I add the barrel clamp stud adaptor? I wasn't sure if that is soldered on or screws on.



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Old May 22nd, 2010, 03:28 PM   #2
 
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The best thing to do is contact them as you will have to send it in to be fitted. I'm also to the understanding they won't alter from original specs(lam to walnut) but hey, throw money at a problem and most businesses will sometimes bend a little. Worth a try.

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http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=169889815

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I have been interested in the stainless no.1 also, but I do not want the laminate stock. I want walnut. I also wish they would make a hawkeye in stainless and walnut. You are right stainless and walnut look sweet! I have marlin 336ss and I love the look.
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Here is a pic of my "factory mistake" Walnut & Stainless in the 270 Win. It sure does make for a beautiful gun.

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So I just bought a stainless No. 1 in .308 but am not crazy about the plywood stock. My stainless Marlins all have walnut stocks and look great so I'd like to add a walnut stock set to this gun too. Does anybody know what Ruger charges for a wood set for the No. 1 Std.? Also, if I were to swap with a Light Sporter style stock, can I add the barrel clamp stud adaptor? I wasn't sure if that is soldered on or screws on.
Ruger will not fit walnut stocks to a rifle that left the factory as laminate. Your best bet is to buy a set on one of the auction sites or ebay (if you're really desperate). There are several companies that make aftermarket stocks for the #1 too, if you're not dead set on factory wood.
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