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WTB..Inland stock marked IO

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    Posted: Aug 08 2018 at 3:54pm
First and foremost thanks for having me here.. Title "My Recent Inland" was my first post here and my first M1 Carbine that came with a very nice IBM marked stock. The Inland hand guard has a clear "IO" stamped on the inside so now I'm on the hunt for a nice Inland IO lower. I have saved searches I've been checking on ebay,Gun Broker,Guns International,Guns America,Gunauction.com,and even the local trader. I've checked sites like Numrich, Sarco, Fulton Armory,Riverbank Armory,J&G Sales and am asking is there anything / any searches I'm missing ?  Thanks for the help.
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zenfly, first off I suggest that you stay away from riverbank! Although they don't currently have any OI's listed check daily with whatacountry.com, they list some pretty nice stocks at reasonable prices and when they list their stocks they post many pictures, so you know what you are buying. I have noticed that when they add stocks to their site that they sell really fast that is why I suggest that you check their site daily.
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Whatacountry.com posts stocks both on their web site and on Ebay. Often they have "blemished/damaged" stocks that are nearly half priced but are totally repairable. Usually only a crack in a non-critical area that can be fixed with a little Gorilla glue.   
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Thank you both Whatacountry.com is now on top of my searches.
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