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    336 RC 1954 Replacement Stock

    Newbie to the forum here, looking for a little help. I've poked around, seen what a great group you all have been and wondering if you might be able to help me out.

    When I was about 15 (many moons ago) my Dad bought me a 336 RC serial number L91## (means it's from 1954 I believe) from a family friend who was aging and didn't hunt or shoot much. It's been with me hunting and travelling all over, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Utah, New York, and has always been my go to for hunting and target shooting in the brush, dense forest, small lots, cramped blinds, and anywhere a scope is just useless. It shoots great and never lets me down.

    I'm not sure where or when, but a previous owner started notching out areas in the stocks for inlays, maybe brass, not really sure, but they never finished the job. So I've got 3 diamond shaped divots and the scratchings of a fourth, two on the forestock, two on the buttstock. I'm not much of a gunsmith, so I'd rather not dive into trying to find, machine, scrape, and fit in inlays. I'd rather just replace the stocks with factory original wood.

    I tried calling Marlin, but they said they didn't carry them, so I was wondering if somebody on MO might have a lead on where I might find a factory replica replacement stock.

    Thanks ahead for any help you might render.

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    Try Ebay or Boyds makes them.They look the same as factory.
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    Look at Precision Gun Works (PGW) they should have what you looking for.....

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    Welcome to Marlin Owners. You might find one on Ebay, but stocks&forearms are getting hard to come by. It might be a fun project to put exotic wood into the cut outs.

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    +1 on PGW. Some fitting is required, but it's not too much work. I recently put one of their buttstocks on my 1895.

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    You can also go away from original and go with say a nice set that is checkered. Here is a stock for a Century limited 1897 .22 but it will fit or require minor fitting. I've bought three of these and they fit all I wanted them to.

    Stock, Walnut, PG, Dlx Checkering, Curved Marlin Safety Buttplate w/o Bullseye Gun Parts | 1136840 | Numrich Gun Parts

    This is the matching forend. Forend, Diamond Checkered Walnut (Takes Barrel Band) Gun Parts | 720760A | Numrich Gun Parts

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    Thanks a million! I knew this was the right place to ask. I'll poke around a bit, see what I can find on those sites. I really appreciate all your advice, and I'll post pictures when I get going on it.

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    macon gunstocks and treebone carving also have stocks, but they will require fitting. I'm headed to treebone's shop this weekend and will post some pictures if he doesn't mind.

    Slightly different topic: will a forend for an 1894c fit a barrel banded 336 or is the barrel channel a different size?

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    You might want to have a look at these folks' products, too.


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