Can you post more pictures of the attaching Iron? It might have been (over) tightened as the stock wood dried from aging
As for you initial question - I am not aware of early and late Schnellfeur stocks beion different in dimensions.
M1930 are, the later version having the same dimensions as Schnellfeur ones.
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