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Table Air gun Drill Wood Trigger


1980 Marlin 375

Blue Air gun Trigger Bottle Wood


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Table Air gun Wood Trigger Shotgun


Then It got This

Bicycle handlebar Bicycle Air gun Trigger Bicycle frame


Air gun Automotive tire Trigger Bicycle fork Bicycle part


Wood Textile Gadget Font Audio equipment


Wood Font Tints and shades Gadget Electric blue


Air gun Trigger Wood Machine gun Table


Looking like it should have been made this way
I could only find the large loop lever in stainless BUT I like the look kinda like chrome wheels on the old MOPAR LOL
now a MANSIZE hand fits, it fill the comb of the stock better

this 375 Hunted for 5 years and was shot a lot at the range it may b time to redo the wood or MAYBE just let it show it's age ?

I like it what you think ?
 

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The big loops are nice, especially for those with bigger hands or those of us who hunt in cold climates. My M375 was made in 1980 as well. I agree that the wood looks good from the pictures, so I would leave it alone.
 

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Very nice 👍. All four of the Marlin .375s I owned were built in 1980.
(The other 2 are 336ERs)

Wood Shotgun Gun barrel Gas Air gun
 
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Thanks for the Likes

the bad spots on the wood don't show in the photos, But the underside of the for grip has the finish rubbed off from sand bag shooting a few scratches on the butt stock, lost bullseye and a few dings from a drop when I slipped on an icy rock, always a great day when you drop your 1/2 cocked 375 and you see it go into full cock and point at you as it hits the rock
WOW good thing the lever pop opened and it can't fire, something I DID NOT KNOW at the time

I should have a bullseye some place maybe I'll just do that
 
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