TimberSmith AK-47 Stock Sets

TimberSmith is the newest brand from The American Parts Company,…

TimberSmith is the newest brand from The American Parts Company, Inc. (TAPCO). TimberSmith is dedicated to providing the highest quality in wooden rifle stocks available. After hearing the demands for a high quality supplier of wooden rifle stocks we sought to find a way to supply the need. TimberSmith vows to provide wooden rifle stocks for those who will not accept second best. All stock sets MSRP at $130.
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On top of our unmatched quality, every TimberSmith™ component is crafted in the United States. Being American made allows you to make your rifle better than new while adding Section 922r compliant parts to your rifle at the same time.

May 2010 marks the introduction of the first line of TimberSmith premium wooden rifle stocks. We are proud to offer complete stock sets for the Romanian AK-47. This initial offering is available in birch wood, black laminate and brown laminate. Check back often as we look forward to offering more high quality wooden rifle stocks in the future.

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  • The AK-47 is by far my absolute favorite! I currently have the WASR 10 with a very well milled magwell so the mags fit nice and snug (unlike others). I’d prefer to get another, any suggestions as to where to catch a deal?

  • nelson moncada

    would like to know if these stock set will fit ak47 bulgarian mftg rifle

  • Cory

    I see from the complete rifle pics that 2 out of 3 have cleaning rods installed. That’s a detail (rod hole) that many aftermarket handguard manufacturers overlook for the AK, so I assumed y’all probably did too. Keep up the good work, Tapco!

  • Cory

    These look very nice. The hanguards need better palm swells like Russian laminated AKM or AK74 guards, and the stock needs a hole/trap door for the cleaning kit, and you would have a winner. I am assuming the guards allow for a cleaning rod – can’t tell from the pics online. If not, you need that too.

    I really like the finishes on these – beautiful!

  • James T. York

    Great!

    Now we need stocks for historical rifles as well.
    How about early milled receivers or Russian pattern Draganov stocks for the Romanian 7.62×54 clone–it doesn’t look right as it is. To bad a real Dragonov is banned from import–last I found offered was five figures. The Iraqi model would also be neat.

    –A collector