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    Misc. Marlin & Stevens Cartridge Stuff

    Just some Misc. Marlin and Stevens Rifle and Schuetzen Related Stuff (of course some cool cartridge boxes!) that hang out behind the bar and in a cabinet.
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    Darin

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    Nice. I love those old box's.
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    444, 44-40, 30-30,-32Special, 35Rem, 45-70

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    Nice examples !
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    Way Cool!
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    Sorry you're workspace is so cluttered. I could probably find some space to store some of it for you. Wayne
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    '81 DST OB 45-70
    '92 OB .32
    '92 OB .22
    '93 TD.25-36
    1936 .32 Win Spcl
    '83 XXX Standard .32 Rim
    MFA #2 Ballard .32 Long
    JM Marlin #4 1/4 .40-63
    MFA Ballard Pacific .40-85
    336 .44 Mag.
    36A c .30-.30
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    thanks guys, kinda fun treasuring hunting...that whats cool about cartridge tool and empherma collecting

    is that it satisfies, when you don't have the dough to purchase a rifle....the boxes and paper where always thrown out!
    Darin

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    I just like to think of us as being caretakers of it for a while...trying to preserve a little history..
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    Great "stuff" right there.
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    A blast to the past. Viewing your pics reminded me of my Grandpa's shelves where he kept ammo and reloaded. I'd bug him with questions and Gramps was always very patient answering my question and taught me a lot at a young age. I was hooked and got into reloading in my teens.

    Love your collection, keep it growing.

    Jack
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