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  1. Team Bolt Action Rimfire
    My grandfather passed away in 2013 and left me the stock to the gun he was going to build when I was hunting age. I was never into hunting when I was younger so he never built it. I have this nagging feeling now that I should build this gun but don’t know where to start. I’m pretty sure it’s a...
  2. Marlin Collectors
    I am looking for a 1939 marlin 39-A bolt. I haven’t had much luck every post I have come across either sold years ago. I would love any help anyone could provide
  3. 32-40 38-55/375 & Other Non Standard Caliber
    Over the Fourth of July weekend was talking guns with my cousin. Little bit of background on his family. They were Ranchers in Corson county West River South Dakota since before 1900. So he pulls out this old lever action rifle out of the closet. I started to look at it and found out that it is...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hello Marlin Owners, I recently inherited a Model 1893 (corrected from '98) 30-30 Marlin lever action rifle from my father. I had the gun cleaned and inspected and it is clear that the wood at the front of the stock, around the hammer area, was split apart, after heavy use. The shop recommended...
  5. The 45/70 Govt.
    I recently acquired a classic model 1895 in 45-70. The gun "technically" works fine but it's just not right. After firing, when I work the lever it takes much more effort than it should to at one very specific point. After the the finger lever plunger assembly has been released from the receiver...
  6. Ranger Point Precision
    Hi MarlinOwners Friends, We have reached the start of another new year. If you feel we got here on a bumpy, winding road in the trunk of a car, you’re not alone. But maybe it’s just me. There have been many casualties this past year, some of them especially tragic. I can’t consider how...
  7. Marlin Collectors
    I bought this Marlin new when I was 16 in 1963. It's been fired less than a dozen times including 1 buck. It's pretty much perfect but needs new pads? I guess they didn't hold up in storage. So, same old question. What is the current value? And best online sale site? Thanks in advance.
  8. Big Game
    I'm heading to the mountains to hunt Coues whitetail in a couple of days and am having a difficult decision about which rifles and handguns to take. I have long range covered with a 6.5/300 WBY that hits 1/4 minute of angle to a half mile. That's in case I can't get into the area I normally...
  9. All Items Sold
    I'm selling my beloved Marlin 444 (the scope in the pics is sold, but the scope mount is included). Serial# is 69115806 16,5" barrel (My gunsmith had it cut and re crowned it. Shoots fantastic and extremely accurate). great shape except some pitting on the receiver ( I highlighted the problem...
  10. New Member Introductions
    Hey guys! New to the forum, hope this is where a thread like this goes. Recently I came to possess a lever-action, a Marlin Model 93 in 32. Win. Special. I'd like to know the date it was manufactured and an appraisal, if possible. Not thinking of selling, but I'd like to know what I have...
  11. Rimfires
    Hey all I have a Marlin 39a 1951 peanut model .22 I was wondering if anyone can accurately value this gun I’m planning to sell it and want to know a real number to ask for it there is a piece missing for the rear sight the barrel is showing some pits and light rust the stock is in good condition...
  12. 336
    Title kind of explains it all. Very good friend of mine's relative passed away and left a lifetime of hunting gear. The family parsed the collection out and from the list I asked my friend if there was a Marlin to grab it and that I'd be interested. Sure enough, there was! I've been wanting a...
  13. All Items Sold
    Marlin 1895 CB JM stamped (2006) Condition is Good has one small rub mark from factory on side of receiver, planned on using it so wasn't hung up on finish. Price: $950 Shipping adds $50 shipped from dealer. The first to post "I'll take it" wins the sale.
  14. The 45/70 Govt.
    Who needs a Cheytac with a massive scope, bags and bipod? Mark and Sam after work. Impressive shooting:
  15. Ranger Point Precision
    Dear Friends and Fellow Patriots, We wanted to reach out to you during these worrisome times, because now more than ever, it is important to remain connected. We hope you are all well and bearing up under the strain that this unprecedented pandemic response has created. As we watch events...
  16. Bear Tooth Mercantile
    I have posted a mail order form on the website and it can be downloaded as a pdf at THIS LINK. Some people like to pay by check or order by mail and want to make that easier for them. More info available on the Beartooth site HERE. Thanks everybody.
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