Marlins on the big screen
Marlins on the big screen
The Gentleman
The Gentleman's Friend: Marlin's Standard Pocket Wheelgun
The Marlin Firearms Company started in New England as a maker of small, pocket-sized revolvers-- often constructed entirely by hand-- and only later moved into rifles and shotguns. One of their most iconic 19th Century d ...
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The mysterious and beautiful Marlin Ballard Pope Schuetzen rifles
The mysterious and beautiful Marlin Ballard Pope Schuetzen rifles
Back at the tail end of the 19th century, shooting sports societies centered on hyper accurate rifles were all the rage in polite society. It was during this time that many Marlin Ballard rifles became heavily modified f ...
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The little known Marlin Model 200 crack barrel shotgun
The little known Marlin Model 200 crack barrel shotgun
It a fit of growth before being acquired by Remington, in 2000 Marlin purchased the assets of H&R 1871, a Massachusetts-based firearms maker who had likewise made guns under the moniker of NEF for generations. This c ...
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When Marlin went big bore: The Original Super Goose
When Marlin went big bore: The Original Super Goose
For just a brief but glorious time, Marlin gave the masses of water fowlers what could be considered one of the most popular bolt-action large caliber shotguns of its day-- the 34-inch barreled Model 5510. And yes, the &q ...
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Marlin's Long Tom 120 scattergun
For well over a century JM Marlin's firearms company made a line of pump action shotguns that got little attention when compared to their much more popular rifle line that both began the company and endure today. Among th ...
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The Screaming hot Marlin 336SC Zipper of yesteryear
The Screaming hot Marlin 336SC Zipper of yesteryear
If you are a predator or varmint hunter, odds are the thought of a 50-ish grain .22 caliber bullet with a velocity of over 3200 feet per second would get your attention. Well the thing is, the round itself has existed for ...
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Marlin's 375 North Haven Big Bore
For a few brief years in the Reagan-era, Marlin ponied up a lever-action hunting rifle that was among the pinnacle in hard-hitting big game guns of its kind. Based on the same 1895 action proven over the course of a centu ...
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The super 45.70: Marlin
The super 45.70: Marlin's .450M and the rifles that use it
Facing its 15th birthday this year is the Hornady inspired and Marlin developed "modernized" .45-70 that is known far and wide as the .450 Marlin. This straight-walled bruiser, which is capable of providing a v ...
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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
For a brief period in time, Marlin made a handy .22LR bolt action rifle that with a 7-shot detachable box mag that made a great little field gun. At the same time, they made a tack-driving benchrest rifle with a heavy tar ...
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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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