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Old July 9, 2018, 09:48 AM   #51
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Denis... I always appreciate your input. The time you take to explain things really helps me understand how truly difficult things can be regarding the rise of Marlin from the ashes.

I have two Remlin levers, an 1894 44Mag, and an 1895 45/70 G. Both are excellent, and are very reminiscent of what Marlin used to build IMHO. I also have several Marlins from the 1960s and if the new rifles were dinged, and had the finish wear that my older ones have, I would have a hard time telling the two different vintages apart. I'm not a Marlin expert, and I'm sure those of you who are, will scoff at that last comment, but I am pleased with my two Remlins.

I am interested in the new 357 1894. I have been for several years, and whenever I see a post about whats developing in that area, I hope the day comes soon when I can own, and enjoy that fine little 1894 in 357
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Old July 9, 2018, 11:57 AM   #52
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Save your lunch money, you'll get there.
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