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I'm trying to identify a .444 that has a straight stock, but it doesn't appear (from pictures) to be a Monte Carlo. Looks like a longer barrel and is a 1967, but I'm not finding similar pics anywhere of a rifle with a similar stock that is straight but without the high comb. Any ideas?
 

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I'm going to go look at it in person tomorrow. I wasn't looking for a 444, but it seems like a decent price and the more I read here about them, the more I realized that I might need another caliber to play with.
 

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Not a factory stock in '67 (and the "Texans" didn't officially appear until '71).

Someone didn't like the Monte Carlo stock and chopped it, or had it replaced with a standard straight-grip stock.
 

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Yup, those straight stock pics look like the pic I was sent. I'll post the results and pics when I get over to see it.
 
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