Originally Posted by duckyherman
I have a marlin 60. I have seen a couple online that have aftermarket folding stocks. I don't have any clue how to find one. I have been looking for some time. I have read that there is a different model stock that can be bought and modified to accommodate the loading tube on the 60. Can anyone give me some pointers, or point me in the right direction to find one??
Originally, back in the 1980's, Ramline made a lockarm & a folding stock for the Marlin 70 rifles.
Here's one on a 795.
If you can find a folder, used, you have to drill out the tip of the stock forearm for the mag tube Marlin 60.
Then you use a 795 trigger guard, and put a plastic piece over the magwell hole.
If it's a Ramline model 70 Lockarm stock, you buy an ATI SKS retrofit kit and install it.
The do the things you would do to put a 60 in a 70 stock as above.
At the moment, those are your only choices for a folding stock, UNLESS, some smart MFR does one soon.
Or you take a folding stock meant for something else and hand-fit your 60 into it.
Or we wait until enough people send emails to Ramline, and they start making the Marlin stocks again.