There's a button there to open the entire PDF catalog.Ditto this.
The lack of full length pics of rifles and weak ad statements doesn't inspire much confidence.
Yep - heard stories of some pretty bad ones and others that were quite nice. It seemed to be kind of hit and miss.The whole Rem-lin debacle was pretty terrible.
Yes, hit or miss for sure. I had two Marlins produced under Remington, sold one of them a few years back. Both were good rifles, no concerns. I saw one of the fancy ones you noted a few years ago at a shop. Brand new gun, not used. As I was looking it over, I noticed it had a broken off screw head on one of the receiver screws. I handed it back to the clerk, and said that for such a nice rifle, with a price of over $1K, you would think a problem that obvious would not have made it past their quality control/final inspection process before it was boxed up and shipped out.Yep - heard stories of some pretty bad ones and others that were quite nice. It seemed to be kind of hit and miss.
A couple years ago I was looking at a new Remlin at SW and man, it was really nice! It was one of their 'fancier' models with engraving and some gold inlays but it had very nice fit and finish and a smooth action.
Not unlike a lot of things but since we are talking guns the same is true for Henry. Some have nothing but disdain for them and probably have never owned (or held one) .I question the repeats of the stories told by the folks that never actually owned one.
Owned one, a 336W 6 or 7 years ago. The "stain" in the wood wore off in spots from the light drizzle the first and only time we took it out shooting. The bullets were landing everywhere but on paper. Took it to a gunsmith who put a few rounds through it then asked "what the hell did you do to this thing?" Swore I'd never own another Marlin. That may change once the .357s hit the marketI question the repeats of the stories told by the folks that never actually owned one. I own two Remlin-era Marlins, and they are both wonderful.
Factory threaded '95? Don't think I have seen that model before?