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Marlin Revelation 120, dated to Sept of 1965. Needs alot of work but I cant wait to get to it. Pawn shop find.

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western auto sold lots of marlins...what are your plans for this one spud ??
 

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I plan on making it look better than when it was new in the box...and shoot straight too.
 

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Another fine rifle to be restored to it's original glory. Keep'em coming.
 

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Bit of a 'barn find', that. It has really nice looking wood and should refinish great.
Coincidentally, I won a Revelation 150 at auction a few days back. Not at all the bolt action I've been looking for but it caught my eye and I just couldn't let it go. It's on a slow track to my door so I suspect, as fast as you work, that you'll have yours done before I get mine. :)

I'm in no hurry. Here are the auction pics.
 

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Good Find.....:)
 

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01sporty.. nice rifle and it has the original 4x15 scope... Nice!!! Congrats.
 

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Yup, don't see many of those scopes. Definitely one of the things that sold me on it.

You should post a few pictures of yours when you get is stripped and again when it's finished. Make a great before & after.
 

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I actually have 3 of the original scopes that came with the Glenfield/Marlin 60's. I plan on posting pics as I go along but sometimes forget to take them.... I will keep ya'll posted. I have to finish a 1911 job and my Ruger 10/22 (the other .22lr). I redesigned the stock and used an aluminum rod to give it a different look. Once those are done I will get started on the Rev.
 
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