Yes, I'll go along with boomer's advice above; although I could fall in love with some of the nice tiger stripped wood stocks as see on the Forum here. We have a lot of rain/high humidity here, neither of which is good for wood, so my M1As sport the USGI FG stocks. dozierGI fiberglass is the only way I roll. Their not the sexiest but they are the most weather proof,durable and lightest weight
Do you KurtC or anyone have a "how To" on this? I just have the regular FG and it is a real pain to disassemble into the three main groups because trigger guard is so dang tight I have to lay it on the deck and use a screwdriver shaft acros it and pull back HARD with both hands to pull it loose.One of the best stocks available. Lightweight, sturdy, waterproof.
You can improve upon it by skim bedding the receiver, reinforcing the forearm with carbon fiber strips and opening up the front ferrule so it doesn't contact the gas cylinder.
The best part is that you can change seasons or terrain with a $5 can of Krylon.