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    I purchased a HK91 date code IB. It did not have the original stock on it. What would I be looking for marking wise in the sling well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapid67rt View Post
    I purchased a HK91 date code IB. It did not have the original stock on it. What would I be looking for marking wise in the sling well?
    A number (1-4) and IA or IB (preferably), depending upon if the HK91 is an early (@ < A033000) or later import (@ > A033000)!!!

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    I "wood" love to find a nice set of wood furniture for my 91. Make it look like an old G3.

    Do you have a '67 R/T? I love old B bodies. The earlier (65-67) ones are just epic looking IMHO.
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    Agree the "wood" would be very cool. Yes, I have a 67 R/T.

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    IB is a common date code. Post a WTB ad. Both IB stocks I have seen had the heavy buffer which is a plus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapid67rt View Post
    Agree the "wood" would be very cool. Yes, I have a 67 R/T.
    There is a member of our mopar club with a 66 numbers matching 426 coronet. I put a G3 wood stock and modified cetme forearm on my C93 with the end result being a great visual improvement over the original oem plastic. Depends on what someone is attempting to achieve.Original HK 91 stock-862b0409-3a84-4032-a426-34207d36a5e4.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpddoug162 View Post
    There is a member of our mopar club with a 66 numbers matching 426 coronet. I put a G3 wood stock and modified cetme forearm on my C93 with the end result being a great visual improvement over the original oem plastic. Depends on what someone is attempting to achieve.
    Damn! That is nice. Who cut the handguard to fit on a 93? I've been looking for some time to find somebody to cut down one for me.
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    I did the hand guard mods. Basically took the front end cap off, shortened the wood, and then profiled the new blunt end to duplicate the original profile under the metal cap with a dremel sanding drum. I posted a short “tutorial” in the clone forum. Let me see if I can locate that Thread.

    Originally started 12-27-18 by cwikjr , HK CLONE TALK C-93 with CETME-C wood furniture
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpddoug162 View Post
    I did the hand guard mods. Basically took the front end cap off, shortened the wood, and then profiled the new blunt end to duplicate the original profile under the metal cap with a dremel sanding drum. I posted a short “tutorial” in the clone forum. Let me see if I can locate that Thread.
    Originally started 12-27-18 by cwikjr , HK CLONE TALK C-93 with CETME-C wood furniture
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