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One serial number is 25###### the other serial number is 27###### both are 444S
Both blue with walnut... one has the end cap style front end and the other the wood goes under the band.
Both are $400, both are well used. One has a weaver K4 scope one is naked on top. If I remember correctly, both are Micro-groove bbl.

I just wanted to make sure that those serial numbers date the same as the 336:
whereas you take 100 and subtract the 1st two digits to get the year of manufacture....

so I would be looking at a 1975 and a 1973 gun respectively.... IS THAT CORRECT?
 

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They made some of the best Marlins in the 70's
 

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Hope you get one of them I got a 78 model and I love it you sure will not go wrong buying either one or both!!!!
 

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From the way things are going and the scare-city of Marlins in 444 and 450, if you find ANY you better buy them up...when they're gone, they're GONE TO one of the aution houses and the price doubles...even for scungy ones.

LUCK
 

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Starrbow said:
They made some of the best Marlins in the 70's
Yes, they did. I have a 1973 336A, a 1974 336C, and a 1975 39A, they are fantastic guns.
 
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