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I believe I must be the newest Marlin owner on this group as I just purchased a 336 35 rem Centennial off Auction Arms. I'm getting back into hunting after quite a few years and believe this is the right gun for me. thanks for all the good info about our favorite guns, i look forward to being part of the group!
 

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Welcome to Marlin Owners from Eastern Ontario, Cda. (Ottawa)

You will like the .35 Rem. Those who like it, like it a lot!

Sincerely,

JDP

Team 35 # 88
Team 30-30 # 82
Team 39 # 31
 

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Welcome from Abilene and Goldthwaite, TX! You'll love that 35 I bet! BTW -- I really like that Falcon pickup in your avatar. Glad you're here! John
 

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Welcome from Kansas!
 

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Hipcbart, I'm from northeast Florida near Jacksonville. Congratulations on buying the 336 35 Rem Centennial.Welcome Aboard. Marla
 

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Hello and welcome to Marlinowners from Louisiana!!
 

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Welcome to Marlin Owner's, from Maine!!! :)

Congratulations!!!
Enjoy that new rifle!!! 8)
Please post pics of it when you can!!!

Could you please tell me more about that car/truck picture in your avatar? 8)
Looks like it would be easy to load a deer in the back to transport to the tagging station. ;)
I'd lay a tarp down first of course!!!
 

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Welcome, from DFW, Texas
 

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Welcome from the Republic of Texas...
 

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Welcome to Marlin Owner's, from Maine!!! :)

Could you please tell me more about that car/truck picture in your avatar? 8)
Looks like it would be easy to load a deer in the back to transport to the tagging station. ;)
I'd lay a tarp down first of course!!!
Hi mainecat, thanks thats my 64 ranchero project. I have a 5.0 and a 5 speed from a '90Mustang going in it and hope to have it on the road sometime by lat fall. I do beleive it could carry a deer quite easily but will use my Nissan Frontier for that duty. the Ranchero' just for puttering around with my Honey.
 

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Welcome from South Florida ( spent a year in grad school at Chapel Hill ) and you'll find this a great group.
 

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Welcome from Olympia, WA; in the great Pacific Northwest - MARLIN® COUNTRY!!!!!
 
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