Did they orginaly make these with laminate stocks ?
Yes, some were. Pull of the buttplate, laminate will be obvious.
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Some post WWII Mosins did have laminate stocks. Maybe some late war stocks were, but I am not certain. Most of the laminate stocks we are seeing now are post war refurbs placed on the rifles between the 50s and 70s. If you have a 1939 Izhevsk Mosin-Nagant with at laminate stock, it is an original Soviet stock but was not on the rifle in 1939.
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