Fiberforce Stock

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by dwcfastrice, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. dwcfastrice

    dwcfastrice Member

    Has anyone worked with one of these before?

    Thinking of putting a Glenfield 25 into one of these.

    Was wondering how much materials removal needs to be done.

    Thanks in advance.

  2. wjjones

    wjjones Well-Known Member

    Not sure on the 25 but I put one on my Glenfield model 60, and it worked out great. Which one are you looking at? I think they make 2, or 3 different style fiber stocks.

  3. dwcfastrice

    dwcfastrice Member

    Cool. did you have to remove any material?

    I was only aware of this style:

    Was looking at this tan or the black.
    I understand these are designed for the semi-auto, but I was thinking of carving out a spot for the bolt of the 25.

  4. wjjones

    wjjones Well-Known Member

    I didnt have to make any mods for the Model 60 but the front take down screw was to short so I have to find one longer to replace it. The stock in your link looks just like mine only mine is black I like that tan though it looks pretty good.

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  5. gunrunner178

    gunrunner178 New Member

    I used one on an old Marlin 60 and had no problems.
    Mounted a $40 red dot from Truglo and it's a great plinker
  6. FOUR4D4

    FOUR4D4 Moderator Moderator

    I'm sorry i have no experience with that type of stock.I prefer wood furniture, thats just me.
  7. coledew#27

    coledew#27 New Member

    I put one on my 60, and had to take a little off the rear where the action sits so it would work with the provided screw, other than that it works pretty well.
  8. sgtcowboyusmc

    sgtcowboyusmc Active Member

    I like this one! Now I might just have to get one:D

  9. Big Shrek

    Big Shrek Well-Known Member

    It will take some serious modification to put a Fiberforce stock on an old 1970's Marlin 25...
    In fact, ain't quite sure how well it would work...

    Might be better off with an airsoft bolt-action stock like a Blaser LS1...or any airsoft bolt-action style stock...
    plenty of Tacti-kewl stocks out there...look up Defcon and his Marlin XT22 is your friend ;)

    Boyd's has a laminate replacement...the model 81 is the tube-fed version of the 20/25/80/780...
    so you have to mod for mag-feed...but it ain't hard for a woodworker...
  10. archer12006

    archer12006 New Member

    I put one of these on my mdl 60 was a little tricky around the rear screw. but love it..
  11. dwcfastrice

    dwcfastrice Member

    I guess I should update more often.

    I ended up buying a 25 stock and using the fiberforce stock for a Marlin 60 I picked up.


    Thanks for the info on Defcon. I will check out how the airsoft thing might work...

  12. mrwintr

    mrwintr Active Member

    I bought one of these stcoks and when I went to tighten up that rear screw to my 60 the dang thing broke (cracked) the back of the trigger guard, so when I took it back apart to see what happened I had ruined my trigger guard and was not able to put the wood stock back on the rifle....been looking for a good trigger guard ever since, but everone thinks their New style trigger guards are worth a fortune. So the gun went back into the synthetic stock and their it lives.