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Old 02-06-2013, 01:58 AM   #1
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Marlin 1888 - 38/40 or 38W serial 19xxx

I couldn't resist this one at the LGS.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:06 AM   #2
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Very nice! According to CA357 you now have a CAR- cowboy assault rifle.
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Sweet! Enjoy.
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Oh hell yes, now that is a neat rifle...................
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What scope are you going to put on it?

Joking of course!Thats a sweet rig,got a bullet mould for it yet?
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Great find.
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Sweet rifle love the octagonal barrel
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That is sweet!!
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Thanks for the kind remarks guys - I haven't purchased a mold did buy some brass and dies yesterday. Haven't attempted casting yet, I have the smelter or oven and lead. Just haven't had the need to use it. May have to break down and try it since pre cast bullets are sold out at midway.

Maybe when it warms up, cold in WI currently.
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