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Old 02-07-2010, 10:36 PM
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Would love to see the after the wheel pic!!
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Love my wood.

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Old 02-28-2010, 06:10 PM
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Looks great! So much better than the rubbermade look in my oppinion.
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Love my wood.

I like the grain on yours more than mine
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Old 03-01-2010, 10:18 PM
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That link to the stock won't work. I tried a search on Numrich but got nowhere. Did you guys buy all of them?

Forget it, I found it. You guys did buy all of them!!
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That link to the stock won't work. I tried a search on Numrich but got nowhere. Did you guys buy all of them?

Forget it, I found it. You guys did buy all of them!!
Looks like Numrich has overhauled their website. They still have the stocks here.

Numrich part # 1137290. "New factory walnut stock with deluxe cut-checkering, Monte Carlo comb, Marlin logo rifle pad, trigger guard, bullseye, and blued QD swivel studs."

Remember, if searching for the stock by rifle model, this stock is listed for the 781/783.

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Nice!!! I want one!
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Thanks for the pics and nice job! I vote for a sticky as well.
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Those Numrich's walnut stocks will look great when refinished.

Mine is almost done. I used Tru-oil.

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Probably looking at a dozen coats to finish.


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Old 07-06-2010, 06:58 PM
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question. Why does my 981 trigger not look like that? maybe i have the pre 900 trigger
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Old 07-07-2010, 01:16 AM
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txcombat- I'm pretty sure the 983 stock fits the 981t without modification.
i was thinking the same thing (about to purchase a 983 if it's ever in stock). so i checked the 983/883 walnut stock....quite a price difference compared to the link that's provided here for the 781. so at $87 i guess i'll get the walnut from the factory and buy a used synthetic if it ever becomes a "truck gun" probably cheaper that way.
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Old 07-07-2010, 07:26 AM
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i was thinking the same thing (about to purchase a 983 if it's ever in stock). so i checked the 983/883 walnut stock....quite a price difference compared to the link that's provided here for the 781. so at $87 i guess i'll get the walnut from the factory and buy a used synthetic if it ever becomes a "truck gun" probably cheaper that way.
The 983 lifter spring is different than the 981t, so you need to Dremel some side clearance for it, and of course, still get the TG and screws from Marlin. The Dremel ball-burr bit makes quick work of this.
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Old 08-28-2010, 03:12 AM
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Any other reason, other than just prefering a nice wood stock, to changing this out? I think I prefer the synthetic stock myself for a 22lr in this price range, just for the durablility. How does the synth stock feel, quality wise on this 981?
Any reason I should stay away? Too cheap, plastic feel, or is it a good synthetic stock?
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Old 08-29-2010, 03:39 PM
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the plastic stock is pretty good quality. It is very lightweight compared to the maple stock. I chose wood more for the looks and feel, not performance. The extra weight is nice, makes it feel like a "real" rifle.
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Old 10-27-2010, 01:33 AM
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981/983 stocks

I may be all wet, but I think the 981 is .22LR and the 983 is .22WMR. 981 may not fit a 983 stock.
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