Inch/Commonwealth Buttstock Parts

 

Photo credit: Kevin Adams, Rifle, 7.62 mm, L1A1 Collector & Researcher. NEW ZEALAND

Australian wood buttstock, NEW, normal (medium) length.  **approx 7 here $135
Australian wood buttstock, NEW, short length (only 1/4 inch shorter than the medium/normal).  **approx 9 here $125

Sample photo of used and new L1A1 butts from Britain and Australia.

Upper butts are Brit walnut, medium and long length.  Lower left is beech British.  Lower right Australian coachwood.

British wood buttstock, very good condition, Long length, walnut or beech, only a few in stock. $90
British wood buttstock, very good condition, Normal (medium) length, walnut.  Various makers.  Photo is BSA marked butts.

$80
British wood buttstock, very good condition, Normal (medium) length, beech, approx 8 here

 

$80
British wood buttstock, very good condition, Short length, only a couple here.

 

$80
Buttplate for L1A1 wood buttstock.  Good condition.  Screws and swivel are listed below.

$18
Buttplate screw for the upper hole in L1A1 buttplate for wood butt $2
Buttstock swivel for wood L1A1 buttstock $18
Buttstock swivel/lower buttplate screw, for wood L1A1 buttstock $5
Buttplate plug for L1A1 plastic buttplate $4
Buttplate screw for center of plastic buttplate plug(this is not the buttstock bolt which holds the stock to the tube) $3
Buttstock swivel for plastic L1A1 buttstock, with screw, this original swivel fits the hole on the original black plastic stock. $17
 

Inch/Commonwealth Lower Receiver Parts and Pistol Grips

US Made Hammer and Sear for the L1A1, new.  Heat treated steel, black oxide finish.  These are beautifully made and the best available.

Hammer and sear $50

Hammer only $35

Hammer, L1A1, original $10
Lock fixing screw $4
Locking pin  $8
Locking pin guide pin, new $4
Locking pin plunger, new  $4
Locking pin plunger spring, new  $4

Pistol grip, beautiful new US Made L1A1 or C1 wood grip, available in cherry or walnut.  They include a new wood grip front insert for the grip front which is attached to the trigger guard. These have the threaded metal inserts installed, they are sanded and ready for you to apply the finish of your choice. They are limited production, look like original wood L1A1 pistol grips and show quality craftsmanship.  $39

Wood trigger guard plate insert only, no grip, walnut or cherry.  $9 each

Pistol grip, Australian, wood, includes plunger with plate, spring and screw, new    $40

Pistol grip, Australian, wood, without any plunger parts, new    $30

Pistol grip front with trigger guard and wood insert, Australian, metal with wood insert and steel trigger guard, new 

$18
Pistol grip front with trigger guard, British, black plastic grip front with steel trigger guard 

 

$20
Pistol grip screw with lock washer, attaches grip to lower receiver, original, new

$4
Pistol grip bushing to replace the one ground off when Century installed the thumbhole stocks.  Steel bushing which fits in the hole in the lower receiver.

 

$10
Recoil/return spring plunger, new

$9
Return spring tube buttstock bolt washer

$2
Recoil/return spring, pair, includes inner and outer, new $12
Recoil/return spring, pair, includes inner and outer, used $6

Photo credit: Kevin Adams, Rifle, 7.62 mm, L1A1 Collector & Researcher. NEW ZEALAND

Photo credit: Kevin Adams, Rifle, 7.62 mm, L1A1 Collector & Researcher. NEW ZEALAND

Rear Sight for L1A1, includes Z spring (spring which is on the bottom of the sight base and ratchets against sight screws) and aperture retaining pin. $50
Sight aperture retaining pin, new $4
Sight Z or S spring, fits into bottom of sight base, ratchets against screws $4
Sight screw, for rear sight, new $3
Sear, original $6
Trigger, L1A1, original $10
Trigger and sear sleeve/tube (trigger pin goes throught it), new $4
Trigger plunger spring, new $2
Trigger plunger, parkerized, new $5
Trigger plunger plate (attaches to front of pistol grip, retains plunger), new $15
Trigger plunger plate screw, new $1

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Inch/Commonwealth Barrel Assembly, Front End, & Upper Receiver Parts

 

 

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