Your Marlin 30.30 as a home defense carbine?
Your Marlin 30.30 as a home defense carbine?
Updated offerings for your legacy Marlin 30.30
Updated offerings for your legacy Marlin 30.30
The .30-30 Winchester round (also known as the .30 Winchester Center Fire or WCF) has been around for 120 years or so, making it one of the most durable rifle rounds of all time. The Marlin lever action rifles chambered t ...
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Vintage Trombone Action Marlin pop guns
Vintage Trombone Action Marlin pop guns
Back around the turn of the century, slide-action rifles were all the rage. You see this was before the age of the reliable semi-auto and many makers had jumped on the pump gun bandwagon. No less a company than J. Marlin's ...
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One for the bring back list: The Marlin Midget Magnum
One for the bring back list: The Marlin Midget Magnum
Made in limited numbers for only a brief period, the rifle was designated the Model 25MB, but everyone knows this handy little take down carbine best as the Midget Magnum. Those who known it love it. Those who haven't pro ...
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The 308 and 338 Marlin Express
The 308 and 338 Marlin Express
Within the past decade, Marlin, in cooperation with the ammunition wonks over at Hornady, have come up with a solution to the problem that generation after generation of cowboy carbine lover has lamented-- how do you get ...
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Why the Marlin 336 makes the perfect first deer gun
Why the Marlin 336 makes the perfect first deer gun
As a 13-year-old boy, growing up in the South, deer hunting was in my blood from early childhood. I had often helped dress and clean animals that had been harvested by my uncles and grandpa during our long (Sept-Feb) annu ...
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Enter the 177: Marlin Air Rifles
Enter the 177: Marlin Air Rifles
When you think Marlin Firearms, you think just that-- firearms. Well it seems that there is also a Marlin-branded air rifle on the market today for those little shooters to enjoy as well. With that in mind, we look at the ...
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Hey, that gun looks like a Marlin but it doesn
Hey, that gun looks like a Marlin but it doesn't say so anywhere on it...
Over the nearly two century long history of the company, Marlin has always made their own guns. In fact, for a good bit of the 20th Century, Marlin even made guns under different names for outfits like Montgomery Ward, C ...
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When Marlin held the line against a Japanese invasion of Canada
When Marlin held the line against a Japanese invasion of Canada
In a little known piece of military history, a number of Marlin lever action 1936 rifles played an unsung role in the defense of Canada's west coast during World War Two-- possibly even staving off a Japanese invasion. Wa ...
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The Art of Cold Bluing as Applied to a Marlin
The Art of Cold Bluing as Applied to a Marlin
I have been doing a lot of research on the pros/cons of Cold Bluing vs Hot Salt Bluing as well as the different procedures people use to Cold Blue barrels and parts. There are a lot ideas and products out there to choose ...
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Keeping your Model 60 up and running
Keeping your Model 60 up and running
The Marlin Model 60 tube-fed .22 semi-auto rifle is one of the most popular guns ever made. Between both the Marlin and Glenfield marked versions, there have been more than 11-million of these handy rimfires pushed out in ...
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