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Trying a different set of stocks on my Combat Masterpiece. Bought these on eBay a while back. They look like factory stocks,but no serial number. They are stamped Rt,Lt walnut K. Guessing they are purchased from S&W store?

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6ADE3EB8-5CF3-496C-A457-9092A2BD2210.jpeg 6E25BA8D-9E65-4939-B677-80243604CB58.jpeg I think these are factory, walnut stocks. Inside is “K walnut Rt” and Lt. Any ideas about factory or aftermarket?
 

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In the mid to late 1970's S&W stopped numbering the stocks originally fitted to the gun.
 

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Trying a different set of stocks on my Combat Masterpiece. Bought these on eBay a while back. They look like factory stocks,but no serial number. They are stamped Rt,Lt walnut K. Guessing they are purchased from S&W store?

Aren't you glad they're stamped which one goes on which side? It might be hard to figger out otherwise. :rolleyes:

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View attachment 467539 View attachment 467540 View attachment 467539 View attachment 467540 I think these are factory, walnut stocks. Inside is “K walnut Rt” and Lt. Any ideas about factory or aftermarket?
 

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Hey Hank,

I think the Target Grips really set that Combat Masterpiece off!

Good for you! (now, need wipe drool off keyboard, again) LOL

Later, Mark
 

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Not bad. Not bad a'tall. (y)
 

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Look like factories.

 

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That's what I like to see!!!! (y);) An older M-19 in very nice condition, and a tapered barrel. My M-67 wears a set of smooth Presentation Stocks that are copies of S&W, but are made by another maker. They look good!! And ....cost me about 1/2 the price!!! ;) Bob
 

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Mark- she has a .500 target hammer and a target trigger. Figured she out to complete the three T’s. And I think the targets look better and shoot better for me. Thanks all! Hank
 

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The Combat Masterpiece is a 1952 piece based on the serial number. Not sure if these stocks are period correct, but I sure like the way they look and shoot. Hank
 
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