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  1. Welcome New Members
    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...
  2. Rimfires
    A friend had a barn find Marlin 39. The Serial number was S146xx , Octagon barrel, washed out cash hardened receiver and the bolt is blued?? It has the star on the tang. At first I thought the S was for a 1959 39A, but when I pulled the old Marbles tang sight off it said MOD 39. Any idea...
  3. 1894
    Last weekend I checked out a LGS that I haven't been to before. To my surprise not only did they have a 24" 1894 Cowboy in .357, they also had a 20" 1894 Cowboy Competition in .38 Special which had a custom action job. I left the shop empty handed. After day dreaming about them for a few days I...
  4. 1894
    Hey everyone, new guy here, Weston from Texas. I have a Marlin 94 (pictured) and was told by that my serial# is too new, but I still want to know the date of the gun is. The rep didn't tell me. I was told by the person who gave it to me that it's a short .22 cal? I've tried...
  5. Cowboy Rifles
    Has anyone else owned a Puma 92 in 44 Mag? I ask because that was my first of two Lever actions chambered in 44 mag with an octagon barrel. Never heard or new of someone else that has owned one. Just curious what other thought about it.
  6. Marlin Collectors
    Hi. I have a questionabout a Marlin Model 27, 25-20 pump. I have one of these pieces that I'm trying to establish a general value for.The condition is somewhere between G & VG - but certainly not factoryshinny. Still, it is over a hundred years old. The parts are original and ingood shape. The...
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