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This rifle came in better than I thought. I am going to add a brown Marlin recoil pad on it for length. ( I'm tall), that arrived today as well. A truly honest 1978 gun with some slight signs of use, but maintained very well. Not bad for $400.00 delivered. Thought I post a couple pictures.











 

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super nice rifle..
 

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Nice.
 

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Very nice rifle.
 

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That's a real nice Texan ya picked up Kid. Congrats on the find, and at a great price too. DP
 

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That is a heck of a deal and one fine Marlin. JD
 

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What they said!
 

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With a peep too, nice.
 

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I like the figure in the wood. Good looking rifle.
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There is something special about the stright grip 336. Nice looking rifle. You will love it. Now how does it shoot?
 

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Nightfisher said:
There is something special about the stright grip 336. Nice looking rifle. You will love it. Now how does it shoot?
You will have to give me a week or so to find out. I am up to my arm pits in "tweeners" for another week or so. You know, Young daughters who are 12 and 15 and think they are 18 and 21! ::)
 

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That is a real sweet one. Congrats.
 

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Nice gun. I just sold a 78 Texan to my oldest son. The wood on mine was not as dark as yours. I will probably get mine back in a couple of years in a trade or something. He will never shoot it.

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