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YEP... I took a "94 receiver and made a handy little rabbit hunter......after going through hundreds of rounds of 38 and 357's, the OLD girl is in tip top shape and spot on the target.. so throw away your books they say you cant, and make something you CANT have..:flute:

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Well when you consider that these Uberti Henry's, Win'66's, and 73's toggle link actions, can hold up to 44mag.
I guess it isn't hard to believe that a 1907 Marlin will hold up to 357 mag.
Nice to hear it is holding up and shooting again.

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Well when you consider that these Uberti Henry's, Win'66's, and 73's toggle link actions, can hold up to 44mag.
I guess it isn't hard to believe that a 1907 Marlin will hold up to 357 mag.
Nice to hear it is holding up and shooting again.

Tom
yep. the real concern is 1889, when they switched from black power receiver to a steel receiver... hence, the date of which you need an FFL ....
 
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