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I like the contrast. Congrats on a nice looking rifle.
 
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I haven't seen that before, however I don't mind the look atall.
Congrats Dux.

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Congrats,
that’s a fine lookin’ rifle
 

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i had one but sold it. i killed several deer with it, it liked 200 gr. sierra and RL7
 
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Looks good! Good the loading gate just have the blueing worn off??
 
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Nice looking Marlin. NE Texas does not have too many 35's or Marlins other than 30-30 around. I did see a 375 Marlin in Texarkana about 5 or 6 years ago and always kicked myself for not paying the Gander Mt. price. I did find a BB94 in 375 recently at the Texarkana gun show. I really like it so far. I hope you are having an easier time getting supplies than I am.
 
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arkie, my dad has a bb94 in 375 win. damn fine rifle! i also have a t/c contender barrel in 375 win also. jack of pawns in longview tx has plenty of powder.(they limit you to 3 different pounds a day) local gunshow had plenty of powder ($28.00lb) & primers($30.00 k) flatnose bullets & brass cases are the hardest thing to find.
 

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I miss Jack of Pawns. The last two years I worked, I was traveling NE Texas and discovered them. I bought most of my supplies there for a while. Now that I am retired I have to try to go to enough gun shows to buy supplies. That does get expensive when you end up buying guns.
 
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