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I have a 1894 in 44 Mag. 1977 manuf. date, that I have broken the stock on. ( dont ask how ) Does anyone have a nice extra? Thanks
 

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If you have all the pieces, it's usually pretty easy to use Acra-Glas to reassemble. Can be done so the repair is almost invisible. Missing bits can be patched with similar color wood cut from scrap blocks. Weak areas can be reinforced with threaded brass rod. I've replaced heels, toes and pistol grips that way. Could hardly see the joints when refinished. Brownell's has what you need to do it, including dye for the Acra-Glas.

At one time Gun Parts/Numrich had spare Marlin-made levergun stocks, you might check. Otherwise it's the aftermarket for you. Brownell's had some at one time, check their website for current availability.

Stan S.
 

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You can send your broken stock to Boyds and they will duplicate it probably for less than $75. Semi inletted and no finish.

Original Replacement Stocks for Marlin Rifles

I am about done with my winter stock making ,but if you are not in a hurry I can do one next winter for you.

How bad is it broke and where at? I can probably repair it.
Saddlesore,

You say Boyds will duplicate a stock that is semi-inletted. How much skill, tools and experience is needed to finish the inletting?
I'm thinking about trying to find a stock and fore end for my 1894. Thanks.
 
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