Over the years I have modified/restored several Marlin and Glenfield 60s for family members. One really nice Glenfield Squirrel Stock Model was purchased at a gun shop and restored for my nephew. This year that nephew had his first child, a boy, and he asked me to find another Squirrel and fix it up for when his son becomes of age. I'm thinking OK, I've got plenty of time.
Well, my nephew found and bought a 1975 Glenfield Squirrel that had some issues, the biggest was an extra hole someone had drilled into the stock and hammered a 3/8 in hex nut into. I covered the hole by inlaying an Indian Head Penny that had belonged to the child's great grandfather. To go with the theme, I applied some copper colored baked on VHT Engine Enamel. The stock was stripped bare and refinished. Brass pillars were installed, receiver was bedded and barrel pressure points added to front of forearm to improve accuracy. Bolt was polished, action springs and recoil buffer replaced. Magazine loading slot was rotated to the right side for easier loading.
For good luck, hairs from Deer, Coyote and Squirrel was glued between the stock under the butt plate.
I have sent this Squirrel on to its journey with the next generation.