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    444SS disassembly directions needed.

    Can someone please direct me to a place where I can find out how to dis-assemble my Marlin 444SS, work on the hitch in the trigger, and then re-assemble.
    Thanks, Shuz

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    This should help--its in the "Do It Yourself Gun Smithing" section. How to Disassemble and Clean

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    that was the ball park....here's the seat. it'll work for you!! Mr fixit
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    You might find this useful also along with other YouTube offerings:
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    Shuz,

    if you live in SoCal I'll invite you to bring the 444SS on over, I'd be happy to provide guidance on the project. I've had my 444SS, and my Marlin 375, apart several times. Piece of cake really.

    Cheers,

    Carl

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    I recommend that you replace the trigger with a Wild West Guns - Happy Trigger Kit. Not cheap but I love them on my Marlins.
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    Thanks for all the replies! I live near Spokane Wa., so it would be quite a trip to so Cal! Thanks for the offer tho. Wild West Guns--Happy trigger kit? Where are those available from?

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    You dont need instructions to take rifle apart .All you do is unload and take all the screws out , and the rifle falls apart. You need the instructions to put it back together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuz View Post
    Thanks for all the replies! I live near Spokane Wa., so it would be quite a trip to so Cal! Thanks for the offer tho. Wild West Guns--Happy trigger kit? Where are those available from?
    Right now they are on sale at Shop Shooting Supplies | Reloading | Gunsmithing | Hunting gear — MidwayUSA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuz View Post
    Thanks for all the replies! I live near Spokane Wa., so it would be quite a trip to so Cal! Thanks for the offer tho. Wild West Guns--Happy trigger kit? Where are those available from?
    I'm in Spokane. We'll have to see if we can't work out a date (when the weather improves) to hook up with Rowdy and White Fox over at the CdA Range.


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