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What Every Marlin Lover Should Not Be Without
09-12-2010, 10:00 PM
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RE: What Every Marlin Lover Should Not Be Without
Sounds like a plan to me Gnepig. Hey Ken, what would it take for you to ship a couple ole country boys a new gun? Do hope the local stores get them soon---Until then I'll play with my new gun I got today---message on Remington forum.
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12-22-2010, 09:55 AM
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RE: What Every Marlin Lover Should Not Be Without
Finally found a local store that has this little jewel and it winds up being a "home improvement" store. LOL
Too bad it's so close to Xmas with yearly taxes due also. Hope they still have one when the store has one of their 20% off anything sales. I'll be picking up one.
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12-22-2010, 06:27 PM
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RE: What Every Marlin Lover Should Not Be Without
(12-22-2010 09:55 AM)Delbert Wrote:  Finally found a local store that has this little jewel and it winds up being a "home improvement" store. LOL
Too bad it's so close to Xmas with yearly taxes due also. Hope they still have one when the store has one of their 20% off anything sales. I'll be picking up one.
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I have seen quite a few here so they are certainly out there. Personally, after playing with the one we got, I would stick with a Daisy for serious shooting. For collecting, the Marlin is cool.

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