I am looking for a floor plate/tigger guard for a rifled action that I have. It is from a 1965 Browning High Power FN .338. The gentleman that sold me this was completly retireing and moving to the lower 48 after a stroke a couple of years ago. This rifle will never be sold first off. Aggreement I have with him. He took a fall in 67 and the rifle got really banged up. But him being quite the gunsmith in his own right along with a surgen. The stock was broken, removed, original barrel gone. So he stipped down and put a #3 XX Douglas barrel on it and plugged the barrel. It was in his safe the whole time. Now I have and it needs a new floor plate as I have not been able to find ANY where the parts for the floor plate catch. So the next best thing is to find a new trigger guard/floor plate. Any one know a place to go locally to a gun smith or find on line let me know. I see Midway has some but do't have the 400.00 bucks for a new in white trigger guard. Am also going to do a BC stock. Or any other suggestions. Posible a good laminated and bedded. Any comments on this will be welcome. Or if any gunsmith on here wants to talk about doing some work for me let me know. As will want to have the head space checked just to be sure but an sure its ok. Also needs trigger work done. As the original tigger was broke off in the fall. I did find a Timmey trigger at gun show that I picked up. Or could go with something else. Also want to have a new spring installed just to insure good fireing. Also need a stock for a older Husqavana in 6mm rem that needs a stock that I also got at the same time. Like to keep that one light for sheep.