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    Marlin Semi-auto .22 variation guide.

    Finely have most of my Semi-auto variation guide complete. Will still make updates as I find them and want to go back and proof some of them. Went though every Marlin catalog from 1931 to 2018, and make note of the changes in the same model from year to year. Example the model 60 has 12 changes over the years of 1983 to current, some major and some minor.
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    That's is really a great resource!
    Thanks for doing that!
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    cool, saved to favorites . THANKS!
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    Great info!

    How do we make this a sticky.

    We need a similar list for bolt action rimfire 22's.

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    Thank you.
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    Wow!! What a wealth of information!! Thanks for doing the leg work and sharing with us!!
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    Well done indeed!

    Stickied... Although I'm not sure if it should be in Rimfires or here in the Collectors forum... It does lend itself to the collectors in all of us...
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