Numrich/Gun Parts has had them, probably shipping from any of the parts suppliers will exceed what the bullseye costs. Do realize that what you are getting is about twice the hole depth and you'll need to trim to length and then finish it flush with the stock. I would suggest a surround of tape and careful filing. Originally, they were installed before final finishing and sanded flush along with the stock and buttplate. You could do the same if you're refinishing, otherwise be very careful or you WILL be refinishing.My 1951 39A passed down to me by my dad is missing it’s Bullseye on the stock - anyone know where I could pick up a replacement ? Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Tim in Va.