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Hi,
I recently received this stock. I first tought it was a FN hipower stock but it didn't fit. Then i tried it on a Luger and is slides on and lock.
However, it looks odd to me.
Can somebody help me out on this one?
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thanks for the help!
Paco
 

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Looks like it was homemade in someones shop. Would be careful with this on a luger since it is illegal. Bill
 

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Hi Bill,

It looks at least 70 years old. So, illegal ; ) ?
I collect mostly FN and Belgian Army. I got some 240 different pieces. I would be very happy if i find an stock like this for my fn captains. It is interesting and intriguing.
Even if it is a homemade item, it very well constructed. To nice to make only one piece.
So, if someone has seen a second, or has pinpointing info, i would be very happy.
Trial stock?
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Hi,
I recently received this stock. I first tought it was a FN hipower stock but it didn't fit. Then i tried it on a Luger and is slides on and lock.
However, it looks odd to me.
Can somebody help me out on this one?
Thanks...
















thanks for the help!
Paco
 

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Paco,
It would be illegal to attach it to a luger in the US, In Belgium - you're the expert.

It does look "home made", but then Finland did have some stocks for their lugers, so it may be Finnish; search the forum for Finnish luger stock, I seem to recall some posts on them, maybe pictures.
 

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Kind of reminds me of the stocks supplied with the Japanese non guns but the attaching iron was a bit better on those.
 
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