Most of those guns are good shooters. If you decide to get it check to see if it has slide rails on boths sides. Some of the older ones did not. They only had one and had a tendency to break the end of the rail at the slot in the bolt. I have repaired a few. They still worked well.
If you can get it cheap and do not want to get a stock there is a cover up solution to the cut stock that I have used on beaters. I have shaped a piece of pine or whatever to the shape of the stock. Glue and screw it in place with epoxy and trim to the desired shape. Wood file and rough paper are good enough if you do not intend to refinish it. I just cover it up. To cover it up, get one of the "slip on" rubber but pad from Wally World etc. It is functional and covers up the repair at the same time. Works for me anyway on the cut downs. Usually get them real cheap cause no one wantts them. You can also slip an Allens elastic shell holder over the whole repair thing and put shells on the buttstock, side of your choice of course.
I buy alot of those shotguns with the C-lect Choke. You can get them cheap cause no one wants them. First thing that goes is the C-lect choke. Cut gun down to 20-21 inches and drill and tap barrel for a front sight. Man, they make great house guns with or without the sight. Real killers on covey quail at close ranges with no choke on them.
Love them beater project guns.