Now that you have one, betcha' don't make the same mistake again.
+1 - you and I think almost exactly alike, and the disease affected us both the same! Now for that 32 Spc!Brian in FL said:A 336 SC in .35 Remington triggered my Marlinitis, a pretty nice disease to have. Now I have several .35's, but as for your next Marlin to get, just about any one of them would be great. The one I got next is a .30-30. Everyone should have a couple of those and then maybe a .32 Special. If you've developed a case of Marlinitis like mine, you won't stop there.
I think a 32 SPC is one of those guns you only THINK exists! I found a Win 94 few yrs back in a pawn shop. Knew I should have picked it up, and price was right, but I hesitated... And of course, when I went back to get it, it was gone. That was what started me looking for a lever, and I found the 35 Rem, then picked up the 30-30. Hopefully I will run into a 32... Time will tell.Brian in FL said:I looked locally at pawn shops and gun shows but couldn't find a single .32 Special. After quite a while trying, I finally looked at Gun Broker and found a nice SC. I bid on it and won. WOOHOO!!!! 8) 8)
Man O man you just dont know what a gem you have and what you're missing!!!...You are on a computer right now and within a dozen keystrokes you can order more ammo from at least a dozen great places in enough different flavors to keep you on the range til the cows come home!!!! Don't make the mistake of selling that absolutely will haunt you as one of the worst you've ever made ???..FYI Graf&Sons even has free shipping ..it would be on your doorstep before next weekend!..As an old TV commercial once harped "Try It!! You'll Like it!!!bama20a said:I got a 1982, 35rem a few weeks ago & havn't found any shells for it local (30 miles or so). For that reason I'm thinking about getting rid of it.
But maybe next time I'm near any where to get shells I'll change my mind. Thought if I like it I may get dies for it & reload my own. Didn't want to get dies until I have shot it.