Why the Marlin 336 makes the perfect first deer gun
Why the Marlin 336 makes the perfect first deer gun
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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Marlin is back, says Remington, promises a return to classic rifles with modern twist
Marlin is back, says Remington, promises a return to classic rifles with modern twist
When Remington, under the aegis of the Freedom Group conglomerate of companies, gobbled up Marlin Firearms in 2007 for $41.7 million, then turned around and announced the long time factory in New Haven, Connecticut would ...
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Marlin's unique .410 Lever Action Shotgun
If asked to name perhaps the most popular lever action rifles in history, odds are Marlin would top that short list of answers. The thing is, did you know that Marlin made a shotgun version of the carbine? Better yet, tha ...
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Marlin's legacy of pump scatterguns
We all know and love Marlin firearms for their legacy of fine rifles of all sizes and types. However, part of what has made the company great is their willingness to adopt new ideas and give the people what they want. Mor ...
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Forgotten Tube-fed bolt rimfires: The Marlin 781 and 783
Forgotten Tube-fed bolt rimfires: The Marlin 781 and 783
You say that you love the underbarrel tubular magazine of the classic Model 60 but also want the nice, steady, short-throw bolt action of the 800 series Marlins and a groovy walnut stock? Man, if they made that in one gun ...
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Marlin's Deer Mauser: The Model 455
The name Mauser is legendary when it comes to bolt-action rifles. Their design in the late 1800s heralded a new age of firearms technology and revolutionized the military's of the day. This led to an evolution in hunting ...
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