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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Thank You Bobby for clearing this up.
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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Quote Originally Posted by Rowdy
    Thank You Bobby for clearing this up.
    Yeah, AMEN! Thought I was really "feeling my age" for a moment.
    Thanks, Bobby!

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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Thanks for the gouge. I'll add that little tidbit to the Marlin 101 file.

    Edited to add:

    Just added this note at the top of the 101 file

    Note: Remington moved the Marlin factory from New Haven CT to Ilion NY in Sept 2010. Only Marlins made in the New Haven factory will the the JM in a circle proofmark on the left side of the barrel. The newer Remington made Marlins will carry a Remington proofmark on the right side of the barrel.
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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Quote Originally Posted by 44-40 Willy
    Thanks for the gouge. I'll add that little tidbit to the Marlin 101 file.

    Edited to add:

    Just added this note at the top of the 101 file

    Note: Remington moved the Marlin factory from New Haven CT to Ilion NY in Sept 2010. Only Marlins made in the New Haven factory will the the JM in a circle proofmark on the left side of the barrel. The newer Remington made Marlins will carry a Remington proofmark on the right side of the barrel.
    Shouldn't that be the North Haven factory? The New Haven plant closed before a lot of the guys here were born. I applied for a job
    at the original plant in New Haven back in the early 60's. It was like stepping back into the beginning of the century (20th, that is, for you youngsters)!

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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Quote Originally Posted by mr fixit

    No George................It's Remlin!!

    Let's get it straight.......If is going to be anything it has to be a Marlington (giving honor where honor is due)
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    I'm thanking more of the lines of Remarlin but I like Marlington better.
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    You fellas can have the new fangled Remlins or Marlingtons............I'm with GeorgeKY I'll take Marlin complete with the proof mark. Thanks!! Mr fixit
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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Without the proofmark it aain't a Marlin.

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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    Quote Originally Posted by georgeky
    Remlin was taking shortcuts and could only stamp M's on some of them. hehehehehehehe!

    Just kidding a bit. Is likely just a poor job of stamping by a Remlin trainee.
    Hey George,

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    Re: Identifying New York And Kentucky Marlins

    That is odd ain't it??



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