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    1894 Winnie Sling mounts

    Have A 1984 Winnie 30 30 made in 1955. Want to add A sling. I don't care if I have to drill the stock. Was looking at Grov Tech but sold out [ my tube is 5/8 .625 right ?]
    Any reco ? 2 piece front mount !! [ note could be a Factory mounted scope.]
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    Better to have A gun in your hand, then a Cop on the phone

    #2
    So No local G.S. want to sell one.
    Better to have A gun in your hand, then a Cop on the phone

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      #3
      https://www.amazon.com/Uncle-Mikes-Q.../dp/B003IXKN8K
      Diplomacy is the art of saying 'Nice doggie' until you can find a rock.

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        #4
        ^^^^ Thanks ^^^^ but all the reviews said it sucks. Prefer A 2 piece front mount my Mag tube is .625. Thanks again.
        Better to have A gun in your hand, then a Cop on the phone

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          #5
          Originally posted by Raven View Post
          ^^^^ Thanks ^^^^ but all the reviews said it sucks. Prefer A 2 piece front mount my Mag tube is .625. Thanks again.
          I actually have that set on my Marlin 1894S, but I used a piece of brass shim stock to isolate/protect the finish on the tube, and has worked great for years.

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            #6
            That's a really nice rifle. I'd avoid drilling holes in the stock, but that's me.

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              #7
              i agree , i would not drill that its to nice ... buy some plastic and save the wood

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                #8
                Plastic ??????
                Better to have A gun in your hand, then a Cop on the phone

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Raven View Post
                  Plastic ??????
                  yup some sort of replacement plastic for wood , take into woods scratch up and do not give a rats ass about it

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                    #10
                    Drill away and enjoy the gun. Drilling a hole for a sling stud is nothing compared to all the holes that were drilled in the receiver for that side mount scope. No offense, it's a shooter now, not a collector.
                    Use a small punch to center the hole and drill 90° to the stock angle so it sits flush.
                    Last edited by Yaphank Kid; 06-06-2020, 05:23 PM.

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