You need to know if you have an old-style or new-style rifle. If the gun has a lever sticking down through the trigger guard that you press to release the bolt when it locks back (after the last shot is fired), then you have a new style and current stocks will fit. We carry new Marlin factory stocks in both hardwood and synthetic for these. For old style rifles (those where the bolt does not lock back automatically after the last shot is fired) you will need to find a used stock. We generally have those available as well. The stocks will NOT interchange between old-style (pre June 1980) and new style. email@example.com
Bobs gun parts sometimes has wood stocks for $150. Chaote has a synthetic stock for $66.00
At the webiste for Numrich Gun Parts. Search under gunpartscorp. Their website shows a walnut stock available.
Try e-gunparts.com and browning.com
Precision Gun Works had them. Send them an email to check on availability.
They still make a synthetic stock for a model 700
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101 -16 was made by Stevens. It is is model 87 it is worth abought 100.00 dollars in good condition
Check Browning's website.