One original German WWII K98 Mauser stock.
These stocks are usually laminated wood with a cupped buttplate which is rusted or corroded, but they occasionally have a flat buttplate. There will be laminate separations and cracks or other repairs, and they will show use such as dings, nicks, corrosion, and grease. Some warping is to be expected after decades of storage, so they may not be straight. Pictures show general types of stocks found. Many were shortened about 1/2" to 1" off the front. This cutdown appears to have been done by Yugoslavian arsenals after the war so they could replace the barrels with shorter ones. For this reason a bayonet will no longer fit.
After some cleaning and repair work they could be a usable stock, if you don't mind it being shorter and or cracked. Does not include upper handguard or barrel bands. Sold AS-IS with NO returns.
Picture is a representative of the stock we have, and may not be the exact item you will receive.