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I have had this rifle since I was much younger, and now passing it on to my son. I didnt realize these were hard to find... I broke a recoil spring and was able to find it on numrich gunparts. This is a great little gun. I wonder if there is a way to run serial numbers and find out more about how old it is?
 

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Welcome from Goldthwaite, TX!! Thanks for joining us! John
 

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They are neat little 22's and while I would not consider them rare they are not seen every day most places. Welcome to Marlinowners from Micanopy Florida. Post some pictures of thee rifle we love to see them.
 

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Welcome from Central NY !
 

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Welcome from KY.
 

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Welcome from Olympia, WA; in the Great Pacific Northwest - "The "Original 444 Marlin®" Country!
 

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Welcome from The Republic of Texas...I have one without a serial number,but it does have a year date stamped on the barrel. You may have to remove the hand grip to see it.
 
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