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#5959228 - 12/24/11 fixing the "marlin jam"  
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awmp Offline
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I have two Marlins both in .357mag (one cowboy and one carbine) and they both love to jam.
Is there a self fix or take them to the gunsmith?

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#5959486 - 12/24/11 Re: fixing the "marlin jam" [Re: awmp]  
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check out the Marlin owners forum. Lots of good info on that problem and fixes.

#5961292 - 12/25/11 Re: fixing the "marlin jam" [Re: awmp]  
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Fixing the dreaded Marlin Jam.

http://marauder.homestead.com/files/marlin94fix.html


Jayco


#5975550 - 12/29/11 Re: fixing the "marlin jam" [Re: logcutter]  
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good stuff thanks

#6142711 - 02/06/12 Re: fixing the "marlin jam" [Re: awmp]  
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My 1894SS required a little TLC to fix the jam. Nothing too major but a little frustrating, best of luck.


Keep moving forward!
#6241831 - 03/01/12 Re: fixing the "marlin jam" [Re: awmp]  
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is this true for 357 and .38? I have no issues with .38.


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