Hey fellas, I'm considering trying to find a Marlin Camp 9 and would love to hear y'all's opinions on them. A little wood stocked carbine in a pistol caliber seems like a fun time. Seems everyone who used to have one loves them, but I've two questions for those of you who are familiar with them: Plastic Trigger Housing / Magazine Well: How are they holding up, years later? I don't really want to buy a firearm that may fail and fall apart on me years down the line, and that plastic part seems to be one of the weak spots in the design (apart from the need to replace springs). This is especially a problem considering that Marlin won't manufacture replacement parts any longer. S&W 59 Mags: They easy enough to find? Is 20round the largest capacity they were/are made in? Also, are there any other options I should be looking at here? Maybe some old surplus 9mm SMG that I can pick up for cheap via C&R?