How is this M1 Garand stock worth this price?

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Its been refinished, I asked the seller what made this stock so valuable, refuses to give me an answer but says its worth 1,000. Im just curious how so someone educate me.
 

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So people will pay more for a refinished garand stock? I always thought that depreciated their value. I guess that depends on the buyer
Depends on if you're a person looking to resell or personal preference.
I have a 1928 Model 12 Winchester that I refinished and posted pics on here with some telling me I ruined the resale value.
It was a junk wall hanger given to me that was restored to shooting condition and is quite the nice looking shotgun now.
I could care less what the resale value is as I don't sell guns, I buy them. My heirs can figure out all the details.
I kind of suspect the seller may have done the same with a stock on the M1, tried to sell it and found it needed a stock without refinishing to get more money? I don't know, just spit balling.
 

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Grooved rear Handguard clip, lend lease stock. If not sanded & cartouches are there, is definitely worth the price.

However, I doubt the seller even knows what a lend lease stock is. If the scooped clip latch is all he has to claim a LL stock, then no. Prob worth 200-300. Would need more pics to make any kind of serious appraisal.

BTW, A GHS stock with a visible cartouche in that condition is worth the price.
 

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Grooved rear Handguard clip, lend lease stock. If not sanded & cartouches are there, is definitely worth the price.

However, I doubt the seller even knows what a lend lease stock is. If the scooped clip latch is all he has to claim a LL stock, then no. Prob worth 200-300. Would need more pics to make any kind of serious appraisal.

BTW, A GHS stock with a visible cartouche in that condition is worth the price.

Frodawgg is a long-time seller of US milsurp parts, and he’s had some rare items up for auction in the past. I’m pretty sure he knows what he has here; if you do a search on eBay, you’ll find the item with more pics.
 

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It is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.

Apparently it isn't worth that, to you, but someone out there may eventually pay it.

I'm with you, no way I would pay that, being refinished and no historical provenance.
 

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