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Family Photo

I had a couple of my Marlins out for a wipe-down yesterday and thought I'd take the opportunity for a little family photo of these 1st cousins. From L to R; Marlin 336ER(1984), Marlin 336ER(1985), Marlin .375(1980) and Marlin .375(1980). They sure look related, don't they? Yes

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awsome

Those are some real beauties. Thanks for sharing.

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Nice

Very Nice, I do like a family that sticks together!

Is that floor Hickory?  I have 5inch hickery floors in my living room and dinning room and they look alot like those.

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Thanks. And yes, that floor

Thanks. And yes, that floor is hickory, 4" natural color. We have most of the downstairs finished in it including the entire kitchen and a half bath. Upstairs the hallway and hallway BR as well. It's been down a few years now and I still like it as much as the first day I saw it.  Yes

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I like your choice in

I like your choice in scope's!The last lever rifle I owned, I was 18 yrs old, I'm 66 now!

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I must admit that I moved

I must admit that I moved away from using lever guns much for a good long while, but have come back around and found that I really enjoy them a good bit. I like the way most carry, their relatively short lengths and with modern ammo, how accurate most of them can be.