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Im putting together a Marlin 60 for my girlfriend right now and going with a purple and gold theme (shes a Vikings fan Roll on Floor Laughing)  Trying to find a laminate stock for it in purple or yellowish gold and having no luck... I know they have a grey laminate from factory and if I strip the finish on it and throw purple stain to it would this work or not?  Never tried anything like this and looking for some input thanks everyone
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    Try here  www.boydsgunstocks.com
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  I haven't found any purple or yellow laminates either.  Also haven't read where anyone's had success with changing the color.  Only darkening it.
  How about painting or having painted the original stock or the grey laminate one?  Click on FAQ's.
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Not sure how much work you wanna put into it but this place has blanks http://rifle-stocks.com/laminated_blanks.htm and some interesting colors
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Great ideas. Thanks for sharing...
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lol nice guys... Just got back from a hog hunt and have decided to go a different way with the Marlin and build the Vikings rifle with a Ruger due to available parts... Actually found an old style Marlin 60 out where we were hunting too haha
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Get it right man Big Grin
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Well the Marlin project is basically done.. All thats left is a new bolt buffer a final polish and a front hood otherwise she is done here are some before and after pictures hope you guys enjoy...
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Polished the Reciever up obviously Sanded out the bolt and polished it up along with getting a used ss barrel and polished it up as well
The front sight is off the one I found in the woods on my hog hunt and has been polished up waiting for a hood yet
Cut the feeder tube and inner tube since the mounting location between the blued barrel and ss barrel is different
Mostly just some cleaning was required for the lower assembly
Reblued the outter tube rear sights cocking lever all the screws and tube holder
Stock is stained with 5 coats of ZAR Black Onyx stain and 3 coats of Tru Oil
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LOOKS GOOD!!
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Yes, looks good. I have that same rifle. Very accurate rifle too. I put a silver 4x Prostaff on it and had a world of fun. 
Get a lot of misfires though. The problem is in the firing pin I guess. 
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  I LIKE it!
 
  Gonna fix yours ct?
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Yeah Earl. I think Brown- els sells the firing pin assembly.

Been trying to shoot the barrel out of my CZ .22 and haven't shot the Marlin much lately. 


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  Would this do you any good?  It's a bbl'd action (no trigger assembly) that my son got out of a storage building YRS ago.  GREAT shape except for a bit of paint off the receiver.  Even has the factory sights on it.
 
 
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That looks like another fun project! lol
Big Grin
Thanks for the compliments guys
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WOW, thanks, Earl! 

I'll take it! Let me know how much you want for it. 
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