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Very nice rifles, gentlemen.
 

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Congratulations. Sweet rifle. The other two posters, beautiful rifles also! Thanks for the pics - can't have too many!
 

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To me( and I love Marlins) there is nothing more American looking in a rifle as a Winchester 1894/92. And they point and carry like they are part of you.
 

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Before I met Paul Benson I had a safe full of Winchesters. Now I have a safe full of Marlins!
Don't get me wrong, early Winchester lever guns are fine! Beautifully proportioned, and as well built as anything out there.
But for some reason, once I was around early Marlins there wasn't any question.
The Marlins are more robust, and in comparing my guns with the Wichesters I sold off, more accurate.
 
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Before I met Paul Benson I had a safe full of Winchesters. Now I have a safe full of Marlins!
Don't get me wrong, early Winchester lever guns are fine! Beautifully proportioned, and as well built as anything out there.
But for some reason, once I was around early Marlins there wasn't any question.
The Marlins are more robust, and in comparing my guns with the Wichesters I sold off, more accurate.

Its all good. I have Marlins as well. I find there is just something "American" about a Winchester 94 in pre 64.:proud:
 
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