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In addition I own several Marlin 1894's, 1895's and 336's and they are.
Three 1894 .357 pre-safety models One 1894 Cowboy .357(long barrel) One 1894 Cowboy .357 20" barrel One 1894P .357 "trapper" Three 1894 .44 Magnum pre-safety models Two 1894 Limited .44 Magnum "trappers" One 1894 Cowboy .44 Magnum 20" barrel One 1894 Limited .45 Colt '"trapper" One 1894 Davidson's Limited .45 Colt Cowboy 20" barrel One 1894M .22 Magnum One 1894 CL .25- CL .32- CL .218 Bee One 1895 Cowboy 45-70 that has been cut down to 20" barrel One 1895 Davidson's Limited IV .45-70 half round/half oct.
I'm an avid hunter and outdoorsman and one of my passions is predator hunting, especially coyotes. marlin golden original 39M with two different serial numbers.
I have become an accomplished caller and really enjoy getting out every opportunity I can to do so. the one on the tang starts at 25 and the inside starts with 26, is this normal?
I was mainly just curious as to its vintage, but that was just as I stated for curiosity purposes.
I own several Marlin leverguns, actually more than I can remember at this time.
Some heavily-customized 10/22s bear little resemblance to the stock 10/22 pictured above.
You can blow through a box of ammo in record time, if you don’t watch what you’re doing. And with virtually no recoil, that can be pretty fast.My first levergun was a 1972 vintage 39A that my dad gave me brand new and it has been an excellent rifle and provided me with over 34 years of excellent service.I have an affinity for Marlin .22 leverguns and own the following in that caliber.I’ve found that kids, especially at indoor ranges, have problems with two things: noise and recoil. It’s about as quiet as you could ask for a rifle to be (without a noise suppressor). All .22LR ammo is inexpensive (when compared to larger calibers). You need to bulk buy .22LR ammo because you’ll be shooting a lot of it.As far as kick, I’ve seen house cats jumping in your lap that will jar you more. Which is not to say there’s not a few problems along the way . Forget about shooter fatigue from a long day of lifting some elephant gun that feels like a free-weight system. But between my big fingers, meathook hands, tiny .22LR rimfire cartridges and that Rubik’s cube of a magazine, let’s just say that I’m looking into a banana-style, after-market magazine with some seriously-higher capacity.