Brownell's use to list a fiberglass stock for a No,1 made by an outfit in Portland, Oregon. I do not find it listed in the last catalog, but have seen it advertzed by the company in a recent Rifle magazine.
Doc Roland of BMI or PMI stocks of Portland has been making a synthetic stock for the ruger #1 since the 80s. I think they run about $250 the stock is lighter in weight then the factory wood. and they take a bit of fitting to get them perfect. you can also order one from Bell and Carlson, the last place I seen theres listed was in a Midway catalog a couple of years ago. B&Cs stock is about the same weight as the factory wood stock the forend synthetic is heavier then the wood,the last I seen they were MSRP. $119.
I have two of their stocks. One on a Mark X Mauser in 35 Brown Whelen and one (Kevlar/Graphite) on a #1A 30-06. It has been a few years since I bought that one so I cant tell you for sure what it cost, but I think it was around $225 - $250. Though the standard fiberglass one for a #1 now lists at $269.
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