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Old 05-22-2019, 10:28 PM
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Default Stevens Marksman .22LR rifle - looking for butt stock

family friend has an old stevens 22 LR rifle break action single shot rifle.

the stock however is broken.

I am not seeing anywhere to find them.

The thing might just be better off getting $50 for police trade in.

Can anyone point me in the right direction? Every time I find a website with one they are sold out.
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Old 05-22-2019, 10:44 PM
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Try here. They stock many obsolete parts

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/
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Old 05-23-2019, 9:59 AM
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Ebay is probably your best chance.
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Or Gunbroker perhaps.
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There's also Jack first gun parts. Used to be based in California but he moved. They manufacture / remanufacture and stock a lot of parts to older firearms.

Last time I was on their website they implied that you needed to buy their catalog but I think they're just trying to sell catalogs. Call up their number and talk to one of the good service people they have working for them, or at least they used to.
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Here is just some of Jack first gun parts available old stock and remanufactured parts for the Stevens Marksman ...

https://jack-first-gun-parts.myshopi...ksman-model-12


I also think they might be able to help you with barrels and stocks if they have any available. Again it's just best to call them once you get a list of exactly what you need.

Sometimes you can get a great schematic diagram of all the parts and their names over at Gun Parts Corporation which is already been recommended above.
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Darn. I did try Gunbroker, Ebay, and the links provided above before I posted this.

Looks like I've exhausted the village knowledge.

Basically, the gun is nearly trash. Yes, action works, but sights broke off long ago, and new ones were welded. So it's kind of a Frank'n gun.

I would have liked to have taken it out before it gets recycled.
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if its going to be a beater find something cheap and make it work
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if its going to be a beater find something cheap and make it work
was thinking about that. I essentially need a 2x4 with a hole drilled through to bolt to the receiver.
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If you do fire this. Best not to use anything but Standard Velocity. Or even CBs would be fun.

Please do not give it to a Police Trade In. Post a pic and I will give you my opinion how much money it would be worth putting into it. They are scarcer than the common Favorites and such. Probably made in the 1920s era.
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was thinking about that. I essentially need a 2x4 with a hole drilled through to bolt to the receiver.
https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...vt=0&eim=1,2,6
look for something with a similar profile
you can use a piece of all thread in place of a bolt
or a plastic stock would be easy to work with
or maybe even make up a wire stock
pictures would be nice

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If you do fire this. Best not to use anything but Standard Velocity. Or even CBs would be fun.

Please do not give it to a Police Trade In. Post a pic and I will give you my opinion how much money it would be worth putting into it. They are scarcer than the common Favorites and such. Probably made in the 1920s era.
^^^ This! All the Stevens single shot rimfire stocks are close but not the same. If you "have to" make one, I would start there. Wisner has all the receiver screws to tighten up the action, buttplate, stock bolt, and sights are easy enough to find. Put up some pics of what you have to work with.
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I would give it away to a member before turning it in. If you were somehow close to my Brother near Red Bluff up north. I would have you drop it off there for 50.00. He is a FFL. And likes the little Stevens.

I collected them up till about 20 years back. Interest changed and I sold my whole collection. That was a move I still regret. But I did pretty well on them.
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I would give it away to a member before turning it in.
This is what's going to happen. A friend is interested in it.
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