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I bought a used stock for my son's BT-99
I've never seen a stock like this before, with the right hand side flat as a pancake.
There's no noticeable palm swell, or cast, but the flat side would be unshootable installed for a lefty, so I'm certain it's a right hand stock.
The butt pad matches the stock.
It's oval in shape, D shaped, matching the flat sided stock.
If this fit the BT-99, LOP would be short. I'm guessing it came off some kind of kid's gun.

Anyway, I was too busy to install the stock, when I finally got around to it, I noticed it doesn't match the BT-99.
Please take a quick look at these pics, and let me know if you can identify this stock?
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The bottom of the tang is not the shape of a BT-99. It has an inward curve, instead of an outward curve before the bottom point of the tang. Plus the bottom of the receiver is shorter, not longer on a BT-99. This stock has the longer part of the receiver being on the bottom.
 

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Almost looks like someone too a rasp to one side of it and then refinished it. The checkering looks Remington.
 

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Looks like a Morgan pad and butt plate attached to a stockshop LOP unit attached to a Miroku stock, all work performed during amateur hour at the local Home Depot.
 

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Looks similar to a 101 stock, how about a old browning superposed or citori stock?
Jason in PA
Looking at Google Images I'd have to agree, it certainly looks like a superposed. I'll have to try and find one to compare.
At this point I'm thinking the hardware might be salvageable, but the wood might be firewood
 
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