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Old 03-12-2012, 02:23 AM   #21
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Marlin 336 more than a winny 94 your nuts price any used win then price a marlin, further price a new win 94 they are over $1300, while the high end marlin 336 is at around $550 give or take where u are
I'm talkin new, not used. I got a new 94 recently for 400 and I bought an awesome ranger for 50$!
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my grandfather just bought a rare 94 made in 1905 in 38/55 its accurate and has a good working action.

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my grandfather just bought a rare 94 made in 1905 in 38/55 its accurate and has a good working action.
Nice how much did it cost?
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he paid 500 dollars for it. but it was reblued. but thats just fine if your going to beat brush with it hunting.

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I might as well weigh-in on the subject.

I have a Winchester 94 in 30-30 made in the early 80s; it is a wonderful rifle, and has never failed me in any way. I took a shot yesterday with it sporting a Williams FP peep, using hand-loaded Hornady FTX cartridges, at 400 yards; hit the torso target right below the heart. The day before it was a head shot at the same distance. The day before that it was a heart shot at 300 yards. All one shot hits.
I'll never sell it.

My brother had a Marlin years ago; it was pretty heavy, I guess it was accurate enough, beautiful rifle... he pawned it.

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I have a 1945 model 36RC Marlin and it is a really dependable weapon, and though I have never owned a Winchester, I have shot them both.

For me, the pistol grip styling on the Marlin is very comfortable and all other things being considered equal, the ergonomics of the Marlin fit my taste better.

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Just got done with a HELLISH cleaning of a winny model 70.

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Just got done with a HELLISH cleaning of a winny model 70.
Pre 64? I'd hurt other other people's kids for one..
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Pre 64? I'd hurt other other people's kids for one..
No but it was kind of a complete overhaul, the thing was sitting in a wood trailer for god knows how long when I found it. It's a .243 caliber.
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No but it was kind of a complete overhaul, the thing was sitting in a wood trailer for god knows how long when I found it. It's a .243 caliber.
Is it CRF? That sounds sweet. I love a good model 70!
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