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I've inherited a Sears lever action in 35 Rem that shoots like a dream. I am sure that it is a Marlin made, pistol grip stock and all. But can't seem to find much info on it. Everything I read says 30-30, which it is definitely not, and is marked 35 Rem.

Does anybody have some info on the 35s?
 

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Does the trigger move with the lever? If so its a Mossberg lever action. Model 472 I believe. They made those in 30-30 ans 35. If it operates just like a Marlin it probably is Marlin made. Do you have the model number for it and I can look it up in my Bluebook. Should be on the barrel. 101.XXX or something like that.
 

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Welcome to the Marlin Firearms Forum !!

Yes, give us more info to help you with it's identity...including pictures !
 

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Sears had several guns made and sold them under the name of Ted Williams. I have a Winchester 1100 pump 12 gauge that Was sold as a Ted Williams. Got some picture, model #', more info and I will try to look it up.
 

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Hey LarryJ...
You got yourself a Sears Model 45. Very nice rifles. Probably looks like this......
 

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Sears had several guns made and sold them under the name of Ted Williams. I have a Winchester 1100 pump 12 gauge that Was sold as a Ted Williams. Got some picture, model #', more info and I will try to look it up.
That's a 1200 Winchester pump. That model 45 looks like a Glenfield without the cheesy stamped checkering.
 

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LarryJ; Welcome to the Forum. Glad to have you here.
 

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That's a 1200 Winchester pump. That model 45 looks like a Glenfield without the cheesy stamped checkering.
You are correct, on both accounts, but specially on the 1200. Don't know what I was thinkin', thanks!
 
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