Try www.gunparts.com that is the website for Numrich Gun Parts. They handle a lot of old, unusual, and out of production parts, both new and used. You might also find parts at Brownells Gun Parts but they can be pricey for the average person as they deal mainly with gunsmiths. A furniture repair shop might also be able to repair it, prices can range from cheap to expensive depending on the shop. I had one do a guns stock for me and it only cost $15. Another shop quoted me over $100 for a similar job. I found a different option.