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  1. The 444 Marlin
    Well the PA rifle season is over. I spent most of the two weeks in the ladder stand through rain, snow, sleet, wind, below freezing temps, and temps in the upper 40's. It sure doesn't feel like the deer season when I was a kid and we had snow on the ground for all two weeks and it never got...
  2. Ranger Point Precision
    We’re pleased to reintroduce the Marlin 336 Lever-Action .410 Shotgun, with our own twist. In 2004, Marlin reintroduced a lever-action .410 briefly as homage to the original Model .410 built in 1929 and it was based on the more modern 1895 frame (Fun Fact: These were made in limited edition to...
  3. The 444 Marlin
    So I found this site about a month ago when I traded for a 45-70 Stainless Marlin. Hanging around here reminded me how much I always wanted a model 39A and I will have mine come Saturday, with a Model 60 thrown in to even the trade. Now an opportunity to get a Marlin 444P has presented itself...
  4. General Gun Related Off Topic Stuff
    Took our son, his girlfriend & my BIL to the range this morning in beautiful, warm Florida (think it was around 71 degrees & sunny). She had never held or fired a firearm previously - a young 22 years old. She started with a Marlin stainless model 60, then a Marlin 39AS, graduated to a Marlin...
  5. General Gun Related Off Topic Stuff
    I have purty much stopped posting about marlins I see on the auction sites; today is an exception. Don't believe I have ever seen the breadth of the assortment at one time like there is at this very moment. On one site there is at least one each of the following ported beauties. This is every...
  6. General Gun Related Off Topic Stuff
    Went to the range this morning with BIL, our son and his friend. It was a Marlin day for sure. Our son's friend had never shot anything but a red ryder prior to this day. Started her out on a 783, 22 mag Marlin and she quickly was on target and grouping nicely. Then moved on to the 444P. I...
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