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WTB: Marlin Model 60 stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by skeet_man, Jun 8, 2009.

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    Went to gander mtn to buy a cleaning brush a few weeks ago, and a new toy followed me home. Stock is pretty beat up, was thinking about painting it in a camo-ish pattern, but by the time I buy the sandpaper, primer, paint, clearcoat, ect i'll have almost as much into it as I would just buying a new stock.

    Would like either the camo stock (from the 60C), or one of the ATI Draganov stocks. Either are around $50 retail....

    email kolarskeet@gmail.com
     
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    I have the ATI and I also have a laminated birch...but you need to know what style trigger guard plate you have...the new ones are a large rectangle with slightly rounded corners made of hard black bakelite like plastic and the other is similiar but narrower has a small tang pertruding from the rear with a screw hole fastening the rear of the trigger guard into the wood of the stock
     
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    left you a PM skeet man
     
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    Calvin- My gun has the current rectangular trigger guard...
     
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    ok then I have the laminated birch stock that is a new take off...very nice looking with the standard black plastic buttplate that fits that one
     
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    If you would rather have the synthetic ATI then you would need the older style metal trigger assembly I have also and you would need to send me your new style
     
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    up are you still looking?
     
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    Whats up ...are you still wanting a stock? i have a laminted wood new takeoff stock that I will let you have for $40 shipped
     
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