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  1. 336
    Hey y'all, I'm looking to buy a new Marlin 336 in .30-30 for my first lever gun, and I had heard some pretty negative things about the newer made rifles. Stuff like cracking stocks, rust, bad QC, and so on. Just wanted to get some input and see if they're actually that bad before I spend the...
  2. 336
    This is my first rifle/marlin looking for some advice whether I did good or not. It’s a 35 Remington. Looking up the serial number it was made in 1997. JM stamped barrel. How to removes scratches and refinish? From research I looked into using an iron and tru oil.
  3. New Member Introductions
    Hello All, I am up here in Vancouver BC and since COVID-19 started I have had more time to obsess about hunting and fishing while not going anywhere. What is worse is that I am a registered nurse working with the sick patients so I have to be extra careful. Anyway, to cut to the chase, my...
  4. Marlin Collectors
    Greetings, gentlemen, I'm new to the forum and am seeking expertise on an old Ranger 36 22cal bolt-action rifle I recently picked up from a friend. By what I've found, it seems these rifles are pre-WWII, 1934-1939, were sold by Sears and manufactured by Marlin [essentially, Marlin 80s]...
  5. 1894
    So im new to lever guns, marlins, and 44 mags. Yes ive own a 336 30 30 a few years ago got it cheap and sold it right away bc I disnt like it and couldn't hut with it worth a damn. Well I took the plunge this morning and bought a marlin 44 mag mod 1894...
  6. Cowboy Rifles
    Hi all... y'all probably get this question once a week, but I am looking for consolidated advice on an over-the-counter bullet choice for the Marlin 1894 .45 Cowboy Limited (despite everything being out of stock at the moment). Thanks for the advice in advance. J
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