First we have stocks...there are only a few MFR's known to me and a few used purveyors, but they're generally enough
If anyone knows of a MFR that I've missed in the next posts, feel free to make a post below INCLUDING a LINK in the very least to their website...preferrably a Link and Picture of the product. Let's try to keep this "Sticky Worthy" and High in Professional Content. I also tried to list the Least Expensive price I could find.
The Action of the Marlin 60 is basically the same as a Marlin 795...the differences start where the bullets load...so Bolt-On accessories are interchangeable for the OUTSIDE, but the stocks are Slightly differnt configuration.
Bear in mind that not all 60's are made alike, you have New style with LSHO, and old style without it. There are SLIGHT differences between the two, but nothing that can't be resolved with a little hand-fitting. Model 60/99/990
Same for the 70/795/995/7000...expect a little modification/pillar bedding to be required for a Perfect Fit.
ATI Fiberforce stocks
For the 795, you cut out the magwell hole & fill in the magtube area with whatever you prefer. HAND FITTING REQUIRED.
Butler Creek for model 70/995 (have to remove material for LSHO if used for 795)
Model 60 Grey Laminate, they do have other choices on their site
Model 795 Synthetic
NOS (New, Old Stock) & Used Stocks
Bob's Gun Shop http://www.gun-parts.com/marlinstocks/
ALL are MARLIN GUN STOCKS AND FORENDS , Bob's Gun Shop.Marlin Gun Stocks in Walnut and Synthetic Stocks. Marlin Semi Finish Gun Stocks, Marlin Rifle Forends, Marlin Lever Action Stocks and Froends, Marlin Antique Stocks and Forends, Marlin Synthetic
I've been bugging the squish out of Richard's Microfit Gunstocks to get a specific line of THESE going...for the 795/60's...but I think it's going to take a lot more letters from a lot more people.
They can at present, be Special Ordered. But feel free to write 'em Richards Microfit Gunstocks
There are 9 million model 70/795's that would love an option of this nature.
However, since most 10/22 stocks, with some WECSOG bedding, would work for a 795, and with a lot more mods, would work for a Model 60. Judge for yourself if it is something you'd want to try to handle, but only the VERY experienced in Gunsmithing/stock fitting, IMHO, should even try.
That's the best of what I've found so far on Stocks
Oh, and don't forget Marlin.com for New Items...and a few oddball items that only the guys in Customer Service/Repair know about.
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Thanks for the research.
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When I can find a 60 with a broken stock cheap I am going to do a bullpup for a truck gun set up.
The Model 60 life is too short to shoot anything else.
I have a Model 60 with 35 years and many many many thousands of rounds through her and still shoots as good as the day I got her. I put the ATI stock on her and now all of my nephews are waiting in line to get the opportunity to hand on to her for a few months and basically sharpen their shooting skills with her. I just bought a new 795 pretty cheaply, and I have a birch 10-22 International stock. So you are saying with just a few mods, which I am comfortable doing, I can adapt the stock to fit the 795. I have often wondered about that. Also Blackhawk Knoxx Axiom stocks for the 10-22 are really nice so could modify one of those to work with my 795 also?
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Marlin 336 30-30
Marlin/Glenfield Model 60
you forgot boyds gun stocks, they make 3 different styles.
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1977 glenfield model 60 -22lr
1942 izhevsk mosin nagant 91/30 -7.62x54R
1909 iver johnson break action shotgun -20 gauge
1950s-1960's revelation 100a(aka mossberg 321) -22lr
2013 jaco derringer- 22lr(home built design completed.)
2013 AR15(build in progress)
Since the OP is over 4 years old, surely he's advanced to 597's or 702's.