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    The Marlin 1894 was made in musket configuration with a 30 inch barrel but I can't find anything like that on the 444.

    All the same, it's cool looking rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpiusb View Post
    You might try an impact driver, although it could still snap the screw...
    Thank you, I will try it
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    Try a hot air gun it may have loctite or another product. Or soak in penetrating oil for a few days.Take your time it will come out.
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    Velocity is thrilling, but diameter does the real killing.

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    Good thought thanks
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    If nothing else, it is unique.
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    You might heat the screw with a soldering iron....just a thought.
    JM "Jenuine Marlin"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 256WinMag View Post
    You might heat the screw with a soldering iron....just a thought.
    all you guys are great, I have some good ideas. I do have a powerful Weller soldering iron.
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    I think it looks great (and very interesting).

    I'd jump on it and hold it with both hands, so no one else gets it.
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    ditto^
    drop or two of kroil overnight on barrel band screw
    i would buy
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    That one would be fun to go through and research. I took a chance on what appeared to be an unusual S&W 629 a few years ago. It turned out that only 15 were made in a special run.
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