Yes. Very few parts have changed in the Model 60 since it was first made, and parts are 100% interchangeable between different variations of Model 60s made in the same rough time period. The only significant differences in the stocks on the Model 60 between the different variations and over the years are the material it's made of, and the finish on the stock.
Beware, though, you might have to do some fitting to get it to fit just right.
About $100 in excellent condition.
Your Marlin model 60W was produced by Marlin in the year 1995.The value of your rifle is between 45-100 dollars.
60-100 dollars depending on condition.
Your Marlin model 60 was made in the year 1996 with the serial number provided.
For the most part,deduct the first 2 numbers of the serial number from the year 2000,and that will be the year of production of your Marlin model 60w.
Your Marlin model 60W was made in the year 1994.the value is between 60-100 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
175.00 to 200.00 in good condition
Mechanically, nothing. The 'W' suffix is typically used by Marlin to denote models that use walnut-finished hardwood stocks. Since that is now standard on the Model 60, the 'W' has been dropped from the standard model. firstname.lastname@example.org
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It is worth about $149.95 and that gun was produced in 1995.