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Old 11-19-2011, 11:45 PM   #21
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:57 AM   #22
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from what I am seeing online, they only have the 22-250 in the heavy barrel. That wouldn't be terrible though. I would be used to the weight as I shoot a sendero for a hunting rifle
mrb, unless they discontinued it, it is also offered in the 308, i know for a fact, because my 308 has the 26" heavy barrel on it. they became a new item from Marlin in january of this year, and i ordered mine in march i believe, and it took about three months for it to come in. still shows up on the marlin website as the X7VH in 308 and 22-250 stock #70337 for the 308, and #70336 for the 22-250 and gungenie has them available for $396 MSRP. i ended up paying $370+ tax for mine.
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mulie, you back from hunting? i know what you mean about the Marlins, i have three myself and plan on adding some more in the future. they are IMO, one of the best entry level rifles, that doesn't act like one, accurate, adjustable triggers, well made and finished. not what a person would expect from a budget rifle. Marlin hit a homerun on the X7 series of rifles.
Yes sir, we are done untill dec 3rd, I have a late season antalope tag for southeast colorado. I fully agree the x7 marlins are a home run.
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mrb, unless they discontinued it, it is also offered in the 308, i know for a fact, because my 308 has the 26" heavy barrel on it. they became a new item from Marlin in january of this year, and i ordered mine in march i believe, and it took about three months for it to come in. still shows up on the marlin website as the X7VH in 308 and 22-250 stock #70337 for the 308, and #70336 for the 22-250 and gungenie has them available for $396 MSRP. i ended up paying $370+ tax for mine.
Just to let u know we took 4 elk, 2 bulls over 340, 2 smaller bulls, 3 mulie bucks, an 3 speed goats
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Just to let u know we took 4 elk, 2 bulls over 340, 2 smaller bulls, 3 mulie bucks, an 3 speed goats
way to go mulie! glad you got some.
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