Well, I went by a local pawnshop...and I found the perfect $10 scope for it
A vintage Ted Williams 4x (Sears) scope...and since my rifle is a Sears 46C (Marlin 56), it's a perfect match
Listening to that "Little Voice" inside you quite often pays nice dividends
Honestly, other than pillar-bedding, I can't think of another thing to do to it...
Honestly, other than pillar-bedding, I can't think of another thing to do to it...quote
I can think of some thing..
take out shooting
Marlin League #2 Team Captain
Team 39 #25
Team 38-55 #41
Team 1894 #97
Team 336 #325
Team 45 70 #355
Team 38-55 #41
Illnoise The state with the most corrupt politicians in the USA
That's a given in this house
Wifey's itching to go, but she's sick with an ear infection.
As soon as she gets well, we're headed to the range
Nice Rifle. That got me wanting a old .22 lever action. Maybe I can find a 39 mountie to match my 1894S.
I got a couple of questions as I'm new and just tring to learn all I can about the different Marlin .22 rifles.
What does the "C" stand for in Sears 46C ?
I know you listed it as a Marlin 57, but isn't that a Marlin 56 ?
I thought the 56 had a clip and the 57 has a tube magazine, Correct ? or do I have it bassackwards.
You got it right Tommie.That is the second version 56 with the aluminum receiver,but it's still all Marlin to the bone.Originally Posted by Tommie D
Great looking combo BS.I am a big fan of the levermatics in all their variations.
I hit the 7 instead of the 6....fixed it...ThanksOriginally Posted by Tommie D
No idea what the C was for...Sears did some wierd things over the years...