Ok, I love the 375 Winchester. I got my 375 Win and ordered a new Dark Walnut stock and forearm from Marlin. It was the best $110 I've ever spent. The gun looks awsome. I have one and I'm thinking of buying another. I want to know who else has Marlin 375's. SOUND OFF
That noise you hear is me loading my Marlin .35 Remington LTD.
There are several owners of both .375 Marlins and 38-55 Winchester on this forum. I for both have both a 20" .375 and a 24" 38-55 Cowboy and I don't know what one I like best.
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I've got one original .375 and one rebored from a 30-30.
a 1980 M375 for me. I have been pretty happy with the factory ammo but some day I will need to get some use out the dies and slugs I've got.
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I have two .375 win.,but one is that other lever gun(BB94) and the 2nd one is a T.C. contender pistol.
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I have had some off and on, currently have two second one was priced right and I just couldn't pass on it. I too have 38-55's an 1881, 336, 336CB.
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I have a 1980 M375 and it is my favorite rifle, hands down.
Well, I have a 1980 Marlin 375 and love it. It is my favorite gun to carry and it loves the 220 bullets. Largest kill to date was a 450lb hog with one shot, drop in its tracks. This year I have to take my 356 hunting just to get it outside.
I had a marlin 375 back in the early 90's and killed one deer with it DRT. I didn't realize they were kind of scarce and sold it off. I have been regretting it for quite some time now. Just picked up another one in 95% condition with dies, lots of brass and some 200 gr Sierras. I still had most of a box of Hornady 220's from the first 375. I won't be letting this one go!
I have a 375s . Shoots very well and has really nice wood. I don't know if the pre safety models shoot any better but mine will drill the bulleye with regularity. I haven"t shot anything with it but you can bet that this deer season it will get some stand time. I have some 220 grain bullets that I need to load but I haven't had the loading fever lately.