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    M1 carbine stock pouch.

    Won a buttstock ammo pouch a little earlier tonight. I was looking for a darker o.d. green one like this to more closely match my later o.d. green sling. Been wanting one for awhile.

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    Looks nice. I cut the snap out of the one I have so it wouldn't scratch the wood. Yours looks really nice, maybe a small piece of duct tape on the snap to keep it from scratching the wood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nevada View Post
    Looks nice. I cut the snap out of the one I have so it wouldn't scratch the wood. Yours looks really nice, maybe a small piece of duct tape on the snap to keep it from scratching the wood.
    Thank you. I was looking for a fairly nice one, not perfect, but nice. I found this one yesterday and had to have it. Lol.

    I was thinking about that snap scratching up the wood and how to prevent it. Maybe duct tape or gorilla tape.
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    I bought a repro from Atthefront.com. No problem with a scratched stock so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1 Tanker View Post
    I bought a repro from Atthefront.com. No problem with a scratched stock so far.
    That's a nice setup.

    Did you tape up the inside of the snap or anything?
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    That's a nice carry case also. So many little things to complete the total package. My wife says she doesn't mind the little additions. They are like getting shoes and a purse with her dress. When I get scopes or any optics she refers to that as jewelry and when she does I had best do a little more shopping.
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    I like the carry case as well. I would like to eventually get one of the fleece lined ones.
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    Looks great.

    Note: I usually remove the stock from the rifle to install mine. It seem to make it a little easier to install.
    I am not sure it really does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Planning View Post
    Looks great.

    Note: I usually remove the stock from the rifle to install mine. It seem to make it a little easier to install.
    I am not sure it really does.
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    Thanks. I have read that is how you are supposed to put them on, by removing the action from the stock.
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    As said by Planning put mine on by removing action from stock - left snap on some and removed it on others -
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