My understanding is they are accessories and as you mentioned as long as they were not bump stocks you shouldn't have an issue.
To be 100% sure you could alway send an email to ATF.
I don't see why you would have an issue selling stocks even if you made them but I'm not a firearms lawyer either.
Stocks, I dont believe (other than bumpstocks obviously) are regulated. The assemble firearm is and must meet certain criteria.
As long as they are legal to sell in your state and they are not a bumpstock which is federally banned then you can sell them as easily as you sell a pencil. Even in some states where they are "illegal" they are only illegal if the gun is considered an "assault rifle".
My father recently found a blank at a church rummage sale- in Taxachusetts, of all places. Of course, no one knew what it was. It was in a barrel with other random wood/lumber pieces, from what I understand. Being the honest guy he is, my Dad told them what it was, and asked what they wanted for it. He was not happy with their asking price, so he paid double. Did a little fitting, and put it on his muzzleloader. Came out nice.
People need to understand what the function of the 2nd Amendment, what in fact the function of the entire Bill Of Rights, truly is. I take it most of the people on this forum probably know this but there are many people in the world who don't know the true function of the BOR.
If you vote Democrat, you can kiss your hobby away, your freedom away and your guns away.
Here is the actual text from the draft document:
Ending the Epidemic of Gun Violence
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