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Just one Marlin here, sorry. But, at least, its a .444P!! (y)

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Well it looks like a good collection of Lever Action rifles!(y)
 
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So what are the other three, and what calibers are they chambered for?
From L to R, M94AE Trapper in .44mag, Henry BB All Weather in .45C, and far right, Mossberg 464 Mariner in 30-30. 👍
 

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And I thought I was the only one over doing it a bit with 4 .45-70s and 3 .375s. As with you some have moved on to family and friends. What a gift. Now down to 2 of each.
Have a great day.
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One of the lever cases... And my more "modern" lever guns.
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I'm late to the party, but the "P" you have pictured in the post has been modified. All original P's have straight stocks. That one has a pistol grip stock and corresponding lever. It may make it more comfortable at handling recoil, but you should know what you have for future reference.
 

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I knew exactly what it was when I purchased it used several years ago to go with my other "standard" .444P. The other one was sold after I decided that I preferred the PG one.

I used both to kill a couple nice Kentucky bucks.

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