no all I needed was an existing bolt to compare to, in this case it was the bolt from an enfield NO4 already in my collection. with that in hand I went to ace hardware where I determined the bolts diameter and thread size and then I just had to find a bolt of similar length. the only bolts available that met those parameters had socket heads so I took a hacksaw to the center of the bolt head and turned it into a flat head screwdriver bolt. it fits the stock perfectly. and since it's located inside the stock behind the floor plate it does nothing to diminish the appearance of the gun.
all guns lost in a tragic smelting accident.
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