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I bought this gun new and have had no problems with it.It has New Haven CT on it but the stamp has rem great fit and finish would like to know what kind of wood it is it birch it is a dark color.used it for almost 10 years no lose screws and only one iam and that's when I first got it lube it up a little no problem since.
 

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Welcome from Goldthwaite, TX! Thanks for joining us! John
 

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Does it have the Marlin "Bullseye" in the stock? That's an indicator that it has a Walnut stock.

If there is no "Bullseye", then it is likely Birch or maybe Beech.
 

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Welcome from Olympia, WA; in the Great Pacific Northwest - "The "Original 444 Marlin®" Country!
 

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Does it have the Marline "Bullseye" in the stock? That's an indicator that it has a Walnut stock.

If there is no "Bullseye", then it is likely Birch or maybe Beech.
Yeah... This...
 

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Welcome from SW Arkansas. It dosen't matter if it is Birch or Walnut as long as you are OK with the appearance of the gun.
 
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