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WTB: Pre 64 Metal Buttplate For Model 94
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I have a 1950 Model 94 that had an old plastic/rubber recoil pad.  Looking for a curved butt plate to put on. 

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Winchester did not use a “curved” butt plate on any of the post WW II production Model 94 Carbines.  The butt plates were thin flat checkered steel.

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Bert H. said
Winchester did not use a “curved” butt plate on any of the post WW II production Model 94 Carbines.  The butt plates were thin flat checkered steel.

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That’s what I’m looking.  I guess I call it curved because there is a slight curve on the end of the stock.  It isn’t completely flat.  I have a ’46, ’50 and ’53.  The ’46 and ’53 have the same plates.  The ’50 came with an old Redhead Brand Chicago pad that was in pretty bad shape.  So I want to replace it with a checkered steel one.

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I recommend looking for that butt plate on ebay.

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Jeremy P said
https://homesteadparts.com/shop/buttplate-winchester-model-61-1910-67-67a-69-72-1904-later-1894-checkered-flat-metal-original-p-3088.html?cPath=1_10

  

Thanks.  I saw that but didn’t realize what I had was considered flat and was worried it was the wrong one.  Can’t believe the cost.  I guess they are rare and hard to find.

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WinterRanger said

Jeremy P said

https://homesteadparts.com/shop/buttplate-winchester-model-61-1910-67-67a-69-72-1904-later-1894-checkered-flat-metal-original-p-3088.html?cPath=1_10

  

Thanks.  I saw that but didn’t realize what I had was considered flat and was worried it was the wrong one.  Can’t believe the cost.  I guess they are rare and hard to find.

  

That are definitely not rare… Winchester manufactured more than 1-Million Model 94 Carbines with that exact butt plate.  Finding one that is not still attached to its original butt stock is a bit more difficult, but with all of the Wimps out there that insisted on installed a recoil pad, it should not be overly difficult to find one at a decent price.  I certainly would not pay what Homestead parts is asking!

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Bert H. said

WinterRanger said

Jeremy P said

https://homesteadparts.com/shop/buttplate-winchester-model-61-1910-67-67a-69-72-1904-later-1894-checkered-flat-metal-original-p-3088.html?cPath=1_10

  

Thanks.  I saw that but didn’t realize what I had was considered flat and was worried it was the wrong one.  Can’t believe the cost.  I guess they are rare and hard to find.

  

That are definitely not rare… Winchester manufactured more than 1-Million Model 94 Carbines with that exact butt plate.  Finding one that is not still attached to its original butt stock is a bit more difficult, but with all of the Wimps out there that insisted on installed a recoil pad, it should not be overly difficult to find one at a decent price.  I certainly would not pay what Homestead parts is asking!

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Definitely a little much, but I admittedly only went there for a quick search, might be a lot more out there. 

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WinterRanger said
I have a 1950 Model 94 that had an old plastic/rubber recoil pad.  Looking for a curved butt plate to put on. 

  

I have this one available for sale and also comes with the screws.  The buttplate and screws are in very nice factory original condition.  Screw heads are excellent and not buggered. I would like $80 shipped for the buttplate and the screws.  Please send me a PM if interested.

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