I'm wondering if there are any aftermarket synthetic stocks that are compatible with the Marlin Model 60, other than the synthetics that Marlin makes themselves. I have a nice mixture model (one with the long tube, bolt-hold-open and the third reinforcing screw behind the trigger-guard), that I would like to be able to play around with in the woods, and mount a sling on, without altering or damaging the original wood stock.
I'm certainly not trying to make it tacticool, I just want to preserve the integrity of the wood stock.
Thankyou. I suppose that I could have done the searching, I knew the 795 had aftermarket stocks, but wasn't aware that there was that many options for the 60.
Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Thankyou. I suppose that I could have done the searching, .
hey, some people will do a "let me google that for you link"
i had the pages for Boyd's, Numrich, gunbroker and ebay up for other stuff. and you never know what's gonna turn up on ebay or gunbroker. i was expecting more hits there.
personally i like that Boyd's SS Evolution stock, on a 10/22... i just think it's a bit avant garde on a 60... would probably look better on a 795. but picking a stock is a personal choice and what one person ikes another may not be able to stand.
that ATI Druganov stock always makes me scratch my head and go WHY?... but some oeple seem to love it.
personally, of the ones i linked to, some of the ones on ebay or the factory walnut stock from Numrich seem to be good choices to me... all depends on what you want
My SS Model 60 in the Boyd's thumbhole laminate stock with a Mueller APV scope:
This rifle is very accurate and consistant, and gets a lot of excercise at the range.
I know its not the best stock but can't beat it for under $50. I like the pistol grip and how light it makes the rifle. I have it set up as my super colibri chipmunk slayer, next best thing to having a form 4.