Late 1943 and 1944 M1 Garand stocks inspected during General George A Woody’s tenure at the Springfield Armory. Pictured are three typical examples showing various types of damage and cartouche impressions [price is per single stock set] that can be expected. The stocks are rough and will have some of the following, dents, bruises, minor chips of wood missing, rack numbers, rebuild markings, minor cracks, gouges, and repairs. The closely matched hand guards are in similar condition. All stocks will have a visible cartouche, ordinance wheel and firing proof. All have a been there and done that look. Price is for one stock set.