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Discussion in 'General Marlin Discussion' started by Shooter, Dec 22, 2011.
I'm wondering what everyone's favorite Marlin is?
i would have to say right now my X7's. as of now i have three of them, XS7 in 7mm-08, (one of my new favorite calibers!) XL7 in 25-06, and a XS7VH in 308. i have owned a few 336's in 30-30 and i really liked them a lot too, but i am more of a bolt action kind of guy. i will add another 336 to my collection in the future or maybe the 36 if i can find one.
Marlin model 37 Slide-action (.22LR)
I had a Marlin .22 when I was younger.
336 30-30 JM stamp
The Marlin 1895 .45-70.
Based on my user name , I guess I better narrow it down to the 1894 in 44 ( the bottom one in the pic above and the youngest of the three , built in '71 )
right now i would have to say my model 60...i was raised on the model 60 bolt action but now i have a model 60 semiautomatic
Marlin 336SS-LTD .35 rem
Comment from a newbe.
Hi. I'm new here. A link on F.B. lead me to the forum and this thread.
I'll have to look around and see what all you people talk about.
I've bought, sold, traded, hunted & enjoyed shooting for over 45 years.
Have owned numerous Marlin over the years and never had a bad one.
Currently own a 336T in 30-30, made in 1981. A 336CS in 35 Rem. made in 1986. Both are definite keepers. Also own a 2006 stainless steel model 60. It shoots very well.
Have owned numerous bolt action Marlin 22 lr. and 22 mags. in past years, not to mention the 39A that I once owned.. Also owned a 1894 in 44 at one time. The one that I sold and would love to have back was a Levermatic mod. 62 chambered in 30 M1 Carbine. Should have kept that one.
The only one that I don't miss is the Marlin 444. It was a nice rifle and worked flawlessly but I didn't care for the recoil.
Thanks for letting me share.
Welcome, we're glad to have you join us!
My 36 year old Glenfield 60,still as good of a shooter as it was when I took it out of the box in 1976.
This is a Test
Just wanted to confirm the "attachment" process.
Not sure how to add the picture w/o the attachment thumbnails thingy.
Anyway, I really like the wood on the 336T.
1895 450 Marlin this week with original "Real Tree" britches
Nice rifles GreyHawk!
Got to be this one. 1955 336 SC 30-30.
Nice rifle Gator
That would have to be a Marlin 1895 but to be more specific it would be a Guide Gun in 45/70.
or this one
1894 in either C (357) or S (mine is 44-40) models.
I'm back, should have also mentioned the 450!
Maybe the 444P