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What is your definition of "reasonably priced"?
Lots of good websites out there to buy stocks from but I suspect you are looking at anywhere from $280 and above. I spent quite a bit of time searching for a wood stock for my S&W a couple years ago and finally just put a synthetic on it.
The devil is certainly in the details when it comes to buying a wood stock online, quality of the wood and how much finishing you are willing to do yourself will determine the price.
FWIW, I had an opportunity a few years ago to send off a buddy's rifle to get a new stock. It was a Win model 70 and that cost me $270 to do it through Winchester.
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If you're handy with woodwork you can finish it yourself. If not, probably figure on another $150 for a gunsmith to finish it for you.
There is also a gentleman in Grand Forks who has a stock making machine that can duplicate pretty much any factory stock but I'm not sure what he charges. Old Dog Gunstocks. If you're looking for a fully finished stock and want it installed I suspect you're going to spend $400+ by the time you're finished.
Numrich gun parts is another good place to check, they're out of the currently, you might call them and see if they're expecting any more.
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www.gun-parts.com have a variety of stocks for the model 88. $150 on up. Check it out.
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