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Hey guys,
I have been hearing a lot of bad things about the new SBL's so I just wanted to say I got a great one. It has a 91XXXXX serial number and looks and shoots like a Marlin should (perfect). I liked the look of the stainless and grey laminate so much I dressed up my Sig P226 Elite to match.

Cheers, Ben

 

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Very nice.... That's a good looking pair. Won't weigh ya down much in the field either. Welcome to MarlinOwners from central Florida, home of the ported shorty’s.
 

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Welcome from Abilene and Goldthwaite, TX! John
 

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Welcome, from DFW, Texas
 

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Welcome from central Kansas!
 

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Hello and welcome to Marlinowners from Louisiana!!!
 

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Welcome from South Florida!
 

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Thats a great setup you beat me to the punch. I already have the p220 with the equinox grips I'm just still waiting for the sbl I ordered to come in. Once my 336 with the walnut furniture comes in I have a p220 to go with it too. enjoy them they look great
 

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Welcome from the Republic of Texas...
 

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Welcome to MO from S.E. Pennsylvania!!
 

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Hello Fellow Canuck.
Welcome.
Very nice looking pieces! Glad you're happy with your hardware :D
 

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Hi and welcome from Bundaberg, Australia.
 

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Hi and welcome! Nice pair. The 91xxxxxx serial number tells me that at least the receiver was made in North Haven. It may have been assembled by Remington but CT craftsmen made your receiver! From what I hear, you got very lucky!
Ed
 

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

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Hi Marlin SBL, from what I can work out the 91xxxxxx numbers were the last of the good Marlins and I bet it has the JM stamp on it too.
 

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Welcome from TN
 
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