My 9mm Marlin Camp Carbine Stock split!

My 9mm Marlin Camp Carbine Stock split!

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    My 9mm Marlin Camp Carbine Stock split!

    Subject says it all. Couple questions:
    1. Any links for a replacement stock?
    2. If I decide to sell it, any idea what to ask?
    Obviously, minus the stock. It's a great shooter. Comes with four mags of different sizes.

    Thoughts?
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    I would not sell it just get a new wood stock, it may take some looking but you should be able to find one. There is a replacement synthetic stock avalible also. Where did it split, behind the tang, thats where Camp 9 and 45 usually split? Got any photos of the split?


    These are not pretty but it will work well as a replacement if you cannot find a wood stock
    http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...648&t=11082005


    I go back and forth between the OEM wood stock and the Choate. Somebody always asks about this........the rear folding part of the Choate stock angles downward so you can get a good soild cheekweld, if it was straight your head would be too high above the barrel to use the sights or an optic. Is actually very comfortable and works well.


    These guys are the Marlin parts kings but I noted they did not have any Camp stocks in now. They may be able to steer you in the right direction though.
    http://www.gun-parts.com/marlin/
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    You could always try these................

    BullpupGunStocks.com | bullpup rifle stocks for Ruger, SKS, M14 / M1A and Marlin brands

    The Camp model is in the bottom right corner.

    Or a Choate folder..............

    http://www.thecountryshed.com/marlin_camp_main.htm
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    Thanks, y'all. I may end up with the Choate folder. However, the Bullpup is just the bomb...
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    My advice is the Choate folder, nice piece of work.

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    Sorry for the delay. Here's a not-so-good pic of the split stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    Sorry for the delay. Here's a not-so-good pic of the split stock.

    That split behind the tang is one of the most common complaints about the Marlin Camp rifles and the Camp 45 is even more prone. It may be repairable but I think a new wood stock if you can locate one or the Choate is the way to go. Make sure your bolt buffer is not deteriorated. They are $10 to replace and make a big difference in the reliablity of the rifle and help "buffer" the impact of the bolt at the back of the receiver which contributes to this tang split issue.
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    Choate =

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    Sorry for the delay. Here's a not-so-good pic of the split stock.

    Ouch, the carbine is now useless. PM me for a shipping address and I'll get rid of it for you
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    It wouldn't be too hard to repair if you can't find a replacement. Numrich lists the Choate in stock for $136, but no wood stocks. As to what to ask for it, Not sure but ask me if you decide to sell, I need a mate for my .45

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superhouse 15 View Post
    It wouldn't be too hard to repair if you can't find a replacement. Numrich lists the Choate in stock for $136, but no wood stocks. As to what to ask for it, Not sure but ask me if you decide to sell, I need a mate for my .45
    That price is way high Midway has it for $99.99.
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    Here's a follow up on my original post. A member of a local forum volunteered to fix the stock. He's a finishing carpenter. Here are the pics of his work. He refinished the whole stock.
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