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Old June 27, 2010, 05:05 PM   #3
whitefish
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Thanks Peter,

I always assumed that the safety plunger was to ensure that a lever action was closed properly, not that the user actually had to firmly hold the lever closed. I don't have to do this with my Marlin 336. The friction stud on my Marlin holds the lever closed (when I close the lever properly) and it stays closed while firing. I don't have to consciously hold onto the lever and stock.
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