getting guns with a little something missing or broken that is easily fixable, but saves some loot for rehabbing the entire piece.
Hopefully this was the case here as it is an expensive part to replace. .. You have several
options. . .
To have a SIDE FOLDER:
Which is most desirable.
There are countless places that you can order the stock. Most places will also include the hardware, some will not. Its been so long since I've messed w/ a side folder that I forget what you need, but these guys know:
Arsenal, Inc. Side Folding AKS-74 Style Busttstock Assmebly AK-47, AK-74 Stamped Receivers Steel Matte - MidwayUSA
or this option:
Surplus Side Folding Buttstock AK-47 Stamped Receivers Steel Black - MidwayUSA
If You Want Fixed:
I can't see the top of the receiver, to tell if there is any sort of "tang" (with screw holes) for attachment of a wooden stock, if there is, then a wooden stock may be fitted w/o any modification.
If there is no tang, then you have a fun little project! ! ! ! Al you need to do is either drill a hole through the recveiver and attach a tang by either riveting,
welding or simply using a machine screw with some loctite to hold the tang. You want the tang firm, firm, firm. . . indestructible as the stock is, well, a stock and needs to take abuse.
Tang available here :
AK-47 Parts : AK47 Accessories & Parts
The stock will fit inside the receiver as tightly AS POSSIBLE!!!
. Use shims if necessary, so there is NO movement and you can't pull it out by hand. Then you will pre-drill your holes and run about an 1-1/4" to 1-5/8" wood screw or 2 (depending on type of tang) with very aggressive threads into the buttstock. I usually coat my screws with titebond or elmers.
Then you're shooting like normal. SEE TANG!