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#7102135 - 11/23/12 Couple of my Marlins
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Got some big loops made by Muleman Gun Works. Got em in and installed. Very pleased! The 1894 is a 357 project gun im starting to tinker with and the 336 30-30 is one ive been fooling with for a while. It is a 1977 model and started life as a pistol gripped gun. Well im not a fan so i switched it out first chance i got. Id love to find a 24" octogon barrel for both of them.

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#7132280 - 12/01/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Joe_S]
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Those look good. I am not a fan of the huge John Wayne loop but those look nice and look like they give a little more room to work with.
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#7133176 - 12/02/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: csam]
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Nice ...couple of pre '79 Marlins...

Pre safety & gold trigger

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#7134075 - 12/02/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: tikkanut]
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Started working on slicking up the action on the 94 using the guide on marlin owners forum. Got it better but still not quite where i want it. Gonna pull it apart forst chance i get.

I bought a 65 saddle ring the other day so it kinda has my attention atm.
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#7134341 - 12/02/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Joe_S]
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You have excellent taste in rifles, here's mine:



1904 1893 in 30/30
2009 1894 in .357
1985 336TS in 30/30
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#7134347 - 12/02/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Hawken]
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There are all very nice Marlins.

Doc

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#7135980 - 12/02/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: doctor_Encore]
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Yes, I like those......
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#7140429 - 12/03/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: 2muchgun]
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Where do you get the straight stocks?
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#7140782 - 12/04/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: docost99]
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Mine came that way.
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#7153168 - 12/07/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Hawken]
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You dont find as many straight grips as pistol grips. I prefer em.

My triple fo


22


And an ol saddle ring 30-30 i just picked up. Its a 65 i think. Scope is gone.
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#7153183 - 12/07/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Hawken]
Joe_S Offline
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Originally Posted By: Hawken
You have excellent taste in rifles,


As do you!

Originally Posted By: Hawken
Mine came that way.

On the first 30-30 i posted i bought a crusty ol texan in a pawn shop and swapped out everything from it to my pistol grip gun. All the others came this way.

Thanks for all the compliments yall
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#7164555 - 12/10/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Joe_S]
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little better pic of the saddle ring, without the crusty ol scope. lol


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#7199009 - 12/18/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Joe_S]
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22LR % 44Mag
Covers everything from soup to nuts, and no pesky safety's. smile
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#7200456 - 12/19/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: FieldGrade]
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#7203614 - 12/19/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Huntz]
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Nice!

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#7229911 - 12/26/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: fishermen0105]
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Field Grade,
did you have to drill for the Williams Sight?
My hunting buddy just came across a 44 mag that has a very loose buckhorn sight. That peep looks like it would be just the thing for a woods rig in New England.

Bob
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#7234978 - 12/28/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Bob_B257]
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Here's the long and short of my Marlin collection, 22" barrel 1894 .218 Bee and 16.25" barrel Model 336 Marauder .35 Rem.:
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#7239913 - 12/29/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: 260SS]
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Originally Posted By: 260SS
Here's the long and short of my Marlin collection, 22" barrel 1894 .218 Bee and 16.25" barrel Model 336 Marauder .35 Rem.:


Many Marlin fanatics would give their left nut for your Marauder!!! laugh
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#7241651 - 12/30/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Huntz]
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I have to say that when I'm going to do a lot of walking while hunting, I always grab the Marauder. Nice and short and light. Since the photo was taken, I removed the clunky looking front sling swivel base and replaced it with a nice sleek Uncle Mikes base. Somebody had already installed swivels before I got it and, although I wouldn't have done that, it makes the gun even more handy so I'm not losing any sleep over it. LOL.


Edited by 260SS (12/30/12)
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#7241931 - 12/30/12 Re: Couple of my Marlins [Re: Huntz]
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The waffle top 336-A's bring a tear to my eye.....very nice.

Doc

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