Some, like this one, had Tenite stocks. Much as I dislike plastic stocks, I have a soft spot for Tenite, which is a wood cellulose plastic invented in the ’20s and very much a technopolymer of its time. It was used for eyeglass frames, radios, telephones and other items, and it’s still in use today. It pains me when people take perfectly good Tenite stocks off old guns and replace them with wood in a misguided attempt to add some class. There is nothing like the grain of fine AAA Tenite on an inexpensive shotgun. Plain, hardwood stocks certainly can’t compare. Stevens began using Tenite in 1940, and some model 94s were stocked with Tenite after 1948.