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    Deadeye
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    35xlr

    does anyone know if remington ever produced a 35xlr?? thanks
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    Team 444 XLR (2007). #685
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    Tinhorn
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    yes it was a 24 inch 5 shot

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    '71 444s
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    I dont believe the 35XLR was produced under the Remington ownership if thats what you are asking. JM only.

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    I don’t know if Remington ever made the 35XLR, but I do know where there is a real nice JM one. LOL
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    The original 35 xlr's were only produced via Marlin. No Remington made units. Now thats not to say that a "Frankenstein" may not show itself
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