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Earl Brasse, SASS #3562

WTB Marlin 39A Mountie Butt stock & Forend

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WTB Marlin 39A Mountie Straight Butt stock & Forend for round barrel .

 

Need the whole setup.

 

 

 

 

Edited by Earl Brasse, SASS #3562

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Thanks Wild Willi, but I need a "straight stock".

 

Edited by Earl Brasse, SASS #3562

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I have a mountie that the stock was homemade, and very poorly. I found that with minimal work the butt stock off of a Marlin 1894 fit it. No suggestion on the fore end, but you might try it?

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Have you tried Boyd's in South Dakota? I know they are closed right now due to flooding.

 

P.S. I am a huge fan of 39 A's and own a few.

 

 good luck!

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Goody, thanks, yes, it looks like just a little at the ends that go into the receiver will do it.  Also if wanting to look "correct" cutting the comb thumb relief? cuts.

 

Really widens the looking.

 

I found a forend for a 39 that I think is the right one.  It's on the way so I'll know soon.

 

Fence Cutter, thanks but I'm trying to keep the costs down a bit.

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When I researched for mine I found references to any modern straight stock working, so maybe a 336 as well. But I didn't have one of those so cannot confirm.

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