Yes, marlin has now release their thumbhole stocks for models vst and vt to the public. Price is $99, but you have to call them. Their website isn't even updated enough to show the new models, let alone the stocks. The number is listed on the website however. Also, Revival gunstocks has been rumored to sell their tundra for the Marlin, but I haven't been able to confirm this since their phone lines were down when I called them. They list only Ruger 10/22 stocks on their website. This answer is assuming you are talking about the Marlin 917.
The first Model Marlin 39 was made from 1922-1938.There were no Marlin model 39 lever action rifles made in 1900.
You can get them from Marlin....
Try e-gunparts.com or Marlin.
No, a Marlin 881 stock cannot fit in a model 81. The stock would fit an 881, not an 81.
I believe that the marlin model 30AW(all weather) stock was a walnut finished birch stock.
they can be purchased directly from Marlin Firearms.
According to Marlin, No they do not. I can not locate one myself
If the action will handle the caliber and if someone makes one and if the barrel profile is the same, yes.
Although I have seen some straight-stocked Marlin lever action rifles, as far as I can recall, every Marlin bolt action rifle I ever saw came from the factory with a pistol grip stock. If by "pistol grip stock" you mean a stock like the police sometimes use on riot guns, with just a pistol grip, and no shoulder stock on it, I've never heard of it, and can't imagine why anyone would want one. I would check with the local authorities before I started cutting off buttstocks to make my own. I believe there are legal limits to how short some firearms can be. Hope that helps.
Boyds gun stocks and I believe the marlin mod 80 will be compatible, if not then a bit of wood working will be needed to fit the action.
The Marlin model 30AS was a No frills model of the model 336 marlin lever action rifle.This model was formerly a model of the Glenfield line of rifles.They were made from 1983-2000.These rifles were chambered in 30-30 Win.only.They had a 20in.barrel and a walnut finished birch stock.
For one, the stock.
There is a Bullpup Muzzlelite stock specifically made for the Marlin model 60 rifle. As I type this the retail price is about $150.
Don't think so. That is the Marlin 1894S, and all that I have seen have the straight stock, unlike the Model 336 with a pistol grip stock..
Go straight to Marlin, there prices are not bad and you will get the right one
The typical Marlin 39A does not have a scope. They are drilled and tapped that one can be added.
I have a 30as with a gold medalion in the stock.
I own the same rifle and basically Marlin gave this rifle away in 1930 if 4 shares of stock were purchased. It is a rare gun. Hold on to it!
You have a Marlin 336. Try these sources: Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com
It is an 8 shot .22 caliber rifle manufactured by marlin firearms company it has a blued barrel and a mossyoak camo stock hence the c in 925c, a plain 925 has a walnut stock