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    Default Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets

    https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/808910

    Just got one for my PTR 91 GI. It fit great. In fact, the selector is much easier to work and does not not require tilting the weapon like the PTR green grip with the HK Black grip. It appears the HK Black grip is thinner which allows more of of the shooters thumb to reach the selector.

    Anyway...Love this Rifle in Wood!
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    I remember when they cost 20 freaking bucks....
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    Spent most of my tax return on Hk parts, booze and ammo....the rest I just wasted

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    Yeah, they have gone up in price and very hard to find. I was surprised to see them in stock at Numrich.

    I am hoping they handle the heat better than the plastic thin guards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anopstyx View Post
    I remember when they cost 20 freaking bucks....
    Wish they were still $20 a set... I liked making 93/33 stocks sets out of them...
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    Are these new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwikjr View Post
    Wish they were still $20 a set... I liked making 93/33 stocks sets out of them...
    Kind of one of those things... when they were cheap, no one thinks to buy, the when they are expensive everyone complains lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Javier View Post
    Are these new?
    Surplus. When the cheap surplus dried up I had heard that these were still available in Germany but at outrageous prices. These days the price doesn't seem so outrageous :D
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    Can anyone fill me in on when/to whom these were issued? I do like the look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidsog View Post
    https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/808910

    Just got one for my PTR 91 GI. It fit great. In fact, the selector is much easier to work and does not not require tilting the weapon like the PTR green grip with the HK Black grip. It appears the HK Black grip is thinner which allows more of of the shooters thumb to reach the selector.

    Anyway...Love this Rifle in Wood!
    Since Numrich doesn't give a description of the condition could you let us know what type of condition yours was in ? pictures ?

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    Since Numrich doesn't give a description of the condition could you let us know what type of condition yours was in ? pictures ?
    I would characterize it as service grade in Good/Very Good condition. I oiled the wood with some WD40 and took a toothbrush to the metal. The wood has rack marks on it but there are not cracks or damage outside of the rack marks. I have not "steamed" the wood to remove any of the marks. The wood on the inside of the handguard was pretty dry and needs some linseed oil. It was obviously in storage for a while but saw light use as there was not any of the typical oil saturation marks found in milsurp wood stocks.

    I do plan on taking some boiled linseed oil or whatever the Bundeswehr use to maintain the wood but I will not "refinish" it, sand it, or do anything else. I want to leave it as close to service condition as possible.

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-wood-furniture.jpg

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-handguard-wood-left.jpg

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-handguard-wood-right-side.jpg

    The Metal on the ButtStock is marked HK 1/67:

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-butt-stock-wood.jpg

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-pistol-grip-wood.jpg

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-butt-stock-wood-right-side.jpg

    For comparison...The Rifle with Green furniture, Wide Handguard, and HK21 buttpad:

    Numrich has HK91/G3 Wooden Stock sets-myrifleptr91.jpg
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