Well I like to live vicariously though others, so go here:
Treebone Carving - Home
I have to take my pants off everytime I visit that sight, just because. But if you're looking for a standard replacement bikerbean has steered you right, though there are others out there.
Welcome aboard from the Commonwealth of Virginia!
Yep. Treebone is the best option (if you can work with some basic tools). But a 'quick call' to see what they have might result in your wallet being $400-600 lighter.
If you must have a basic/original stock, I understand.
Numrich, Gunbroker, Boyds, and a few other places may have what you're looking for (or a slight upgrade).
Any cast bullet from 250grs to 350grs, as long as it's at least .002 over bore size, and hard enough and you push to top end loads.I'm looking forward to shooting some groups. So any recommendations for bullets for a '70s vintage Model 444s? From what I read, this gun likes a little heavier bullet.
I'm going to empty out some more brass this weekend and start working on your recommendations. This 444 will likely be just for white tails..Any cast bullet from 250grs to 350grs, as long as it's at least .002 over bore size, and hard enough and you push to top end loads.
My Mantra for the 444 1-38 MG. "Velocity is your Friend"