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Marlin .375 Lever Action

Discussion in 'Guns & Shooting' started by PolarVortex, Mar 28, 2017.

  1. PolarVortex

    PolarVortex Well-Known Member

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    Been looking for one for a couple years now. Damn things are hard to find. I prefer lever action for rig=fles I intend to keep. I have a beautiful Winchester 30-30 with an engraved wooden stock. The serial number dates to 1953. Afraid to put a scope on it because I don't want to mess it up. Besides, I don't need it for long range anyway. I have a Winny 300 mag for blacktail and elk. It isn't something I will keep long term. Pretty boring rifle. But it's taken down three blacktail and an elk so it is efficient.
     



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    Good luck finding one Marlin only made around 20,000 I believe maybe less or a little more. When Remington took over Marlin and starting building levers and they went to hell in a hand basket. JM marked Marling became very collectable. I remember in the early 2000's when I bought a few late 60's and early 70's Marlin lever's you could get them for under 300 and a lot for 200 bucks.