You got target rifle in my small game gun! The tale of the Marlin 880SQ
You got target rifle in my small game gun! The tale of the Marlin 880SQ
Marlin Peep Sights 101
Marlin Peep Sights 101
Aperture sights, often just called "peep sights" have been around on Marlin rifles both from the factory and as an aftermarket accessory for more than a century. These sights are, for many, the best alternative ...
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Marlin Model 90: The New Haven Double Barrel
Marlin Model 90: The New Haven Double Barrel
With a company, that has a history now in its third decade; it shouldn't surprise anyone that Marlin has made everything from break-top revolvers, to machine guns for the military, to rifles in calibers from .17HMR to .45 ...
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Quick thinking homeowner
Quick thinking homeowner's photo leads to arrest of Marlin burglar
When a Louisiana resident came home last week, they thought something was odd with the gray 2003 Hyundai Elantra parked in their driveway. They thought it was even stranger when a 25-year-old man she did not know came out ...
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Marlin's classic stock-tubed Models 88/98
If you have been around Marlin rifles for a minute, you are used to tubular underbarrel mags, detachable box mags, and even single-shots. However a short-lived series of rimfire plinkers you may not be aware of also exist ...
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The Marlin lever action rifle in the hands of an Apache Chief
The Marlin lever action rifle in the hands of an Apache Chief
During the Plains Wars of the last half of the 19th Century, the U.S. Army employed hundreds of volunteer Indian Scouts, first authorized by Congress in 1866. One of these, Al-Che-Say, of the White Mountain Apache, became ...
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What
What's new and what's gone from Marlin's 2015 Lineup
Last week Marlin Firearms released their new 2015 catalog and in its short 12-pages are somethings new, somethings old, somethings borrowed, and somethings blue. With that in mind, we broke it down to see just what is in ...
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Marlin's Faux 22 M1 Carbine, the Model 989M2
Today the AR-15 series rifles are perhaps the most popular semi-auto firearms in the country. In the early 1960s, when the AR was still unknown, the go-to rifle for medium game hunting and home defense was the M1 Carbine. ...
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Marlin Rare Semi-Auto: The Open Bolt Marlin Model 50
Marlin Rare Semi-Auto: The Open Bolt Marlin Model 50
Odds are, you either cut your teeth on or have at least at one point in your life fired a Marlin semi-auto .22LR rifle. Today, the tube-fed Model 60 and its detachable-magazine Model 70 half-brother are the benchmark for ...
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Q: 784-pound bear? A: Marlin 45-70. End of Story
Q: 784-pound bear? A: Marlin 45-70. End of Story
"We heard cracking in the woods, and I realized the bear was coming straight at me," recalled a 16-year-old Tarheel State hunter on his very first trip into the field during the state's annual bear season came a ...
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The Classic Marlin Model 39: Rimfire Lever Perfection
The Classic Marlin Model 39: Rimfire Lever Perfection
Marlin Firearms spent the first half-century or so if its existence concentrating on center-fire rifles, shotguns and revolvers. However, after World War I, the company switched gears, made a play for the popgun market--, ...
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