Brother Rachethead,Rachethead said:And Brother Six_guns I work much more than 60 hours every week; but whenever I have the time, tinkering/working on an old gun is a source of relaxation for me. Personally, and as hard as I've tried, I've found it impossible to keep a hunting gun in "emaculate condition"; seems a little blue wear here and a few minor scratches there are just facts of life, although I have found that I can avoid those problems as long as I leave a gun in the gun safe. But unlike you, I always considered my father an idiot; so that could be the root cause of my problems.
Understand that, but you did pose the question of why it hadn't been bought yet, which was the point of my response earlier.Rachethead said:Well, somebody saw the value in this piece, as it is gone now! When I posted this head's up it was well intended because I am under the impression that straight-gripped Marlins are highly sought here
we can't in Md either,...never stopped me from carrying the daisy 1894 replica just to tick off the gendarmes in my area though...not that I disrespect LEO's , but still love to let them check it out only to find it only holds BB'ssix_gunz said:It's not a .35Rem............ and we can't have "Truck Guns" here!