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    Default Marlin Guide Gun Stock Question

    I'd like to buy a composite (read all weather) stock for an 1895 Guide Gun in 45/70. Any information about who makes these would be apprecaited.

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    Ram line makes a synthetic stock for the Marlin 336. If the 1895 guide gun is the same as the 336 it should work. One idea.

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    I don’t know about a “synthetic” stock……… I think WWG has one but don’t know for sure. Brockman’s sells a high end laminate stock set also. Not nearly as hideous and stupid looking as a composite stock on a lever gun (obviously not “fact” just one mans opinion) but they run around $350 or so.
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    Look at the MPI line of stocks. www.mpistocks.com

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    I've got the RamLine one..it's junk. I just kept my wood stock on it and it's done fine..even in the rain and crap on Montague.

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    There's been some on here that have coated the wood stocks in bed liner material. It looks really nice, and they say it is really strong.

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    The spray on bedliner works very well and is easy to use and touch up down the road. I guess you do have to be carefull of not getting too much 100% deet on it though. This is what my guide gun looked like with the bedliner stock.


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    its really nice where can i get it from

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    The stock is held on by a stock bolt and has very little "technical" fitting in the inletting... Grind out some relief, slather a little Marine-tex in the critical area and forget about it. It is not like the stock is going to warp and cause you grief...

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