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    Help please

    Trying to put a swivel sling mount on a marlin 336. Anyone have an easy way of removing the plug from the but stock I have never done it before and don't want to screw it up.

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    My question is....why do you need to remove anything from the butt stock to install a sling swivel stud? This should be screwed into the stock itself. Maybe I'm not picturing what's happening here.

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    The rifle has a swivel stud on the stock. What plug are you speaking of?

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    I'm betting he's thinking the "Marlin Bullseye" logo is a "plug" for the swivel screw....... NO! Do NOT damage the bullseye logo. Drill behind or ahead of it. I've see a few where the bullseye logo was molested.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    I'm betting he's thinking the "Marlin Bullseye" logo is a "plug" for the swivel screw....... NO! Do NOT damage the bullseye logo. Drill behind or ahead of it. I've see a few where the bullseye logo was molested.
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    That is the only other object on the bottom of the stock so that must be what he is referring to. It would not make sense to replace the swivel screw unless it was broken.
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