February 18, 2011
Can’t answer, but please let me be an advocate for your question by just suggesting that you provide all the information possible concerning your rifle particularly the general era if possible and the serial number (X place holders for last couple of digits if more comfortable). While post ’82 USRA Winchesters introduced the black-hole of serial number info, it may help! Rule of thumb concerning many gun questions, the more specifics you can supply, the better chance of someone being able to help you.
Second thought, might check out Brownells and Midway, etc. for aftermarket stocks. Sometimes the composite or such may have a chart or the firms to supply info concerning interchangeability.
Last, you might try Gunboards “Winchester Forum”. They may have more folks familiar with the ’64+ vintage Winchester compliment in dimension useful to you.
Just perhaps a direction pending someone here to provide hard answers. Sorry I can’t help more!
Thank you for the info/suggestions. I was trying to find out for a friend whose rifle has a cracked stock, so I do not have the serial number handy. However, I will pass along to him to check out Brownell’s and Midway for the needed info as you mentioned. I guess I was hoping it was an easy question to answer!
September 3, 2021