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Old 12-15-2011, 11:01 PM   #1
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What happened to the 450 marlin. Did Marlin stop making them.



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Old 12-16-2011, 03:44 AM   #2
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It is still cataloged



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It just never caught on with shooters. 47-70 still popular

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should have been 45-70. wish I knew how to type.

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just saw one at wally world a couple days ago

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Thanks just don't heat see much of them nomore

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I have one (450 Marlin), cause I like to load my own, and I feel safe loading to the max if hiking around Big toothy critter area's.
Or toning it down for whitetail.

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I have one (450 Marlin), cause I like to load my own, and I feel safe loading to the max if hiking around Big toothy critter area's.
Or toning it down for whitetail.
i bet those max loads would work pretty good on them lower penn big tooth yotes and coon.


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