Cape_hunter

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@CountryGent Rumor has it there was only 1800-2000 of these made. It is by number one of, if not the rarest marlin lever. 🧐
That's fine an all but to me the rarity of this lever is how well it handles and shoots. One of those natural pointing, easy to cycle and operate guns that will likely be passed on to the grandkids some day.
 

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Getting a little collection going I guess. Added a Henry All Weather in 30-30 and finally found an 1895 SBL I could afford.

Not sure why I'm drawn to these "modernized" lever guns, but I still want more.

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Getting a little collection going I guess. Added a Henry All Weather in 30-30 and finally found an 1895 SBL I could afford.

Not sure why I'm drawn to these "modernized" lever guns, but I still want more.

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My wife took a hankering to the all-weather .45-70 and we got one finally. I also have a Browning BLR Black Label Takedown in .308. I took all the tactical stuff off of it and made it into a hunting rifle but it's still "modernized."
 

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