Marlin 30/30

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Re: Marlin 30/30

Post by JimTom » 18 Jan 2019, 8:47 pm

Mate if it’s not what you ordered and you’re not happy then take it back. If you like it, keep it. I am certain it will grow on you regardless.
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Re: Marlin 30/30

Post by Die Judicii » 02 Mar 2019, 6:52 pm

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This is mine, the 336 XLR

edit: In 30/30 and JM stamped 2007 manufacture.
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Re: Marlin 30/30

Post by in2anity » 07 Mar 2019, 9:11 pm

Die Judicii wrote:
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This is mine, the 336 XLR

edit: In 30/30 and JM stamped 2007 manufacture.


They shoot good the XLRs, and they really do group the Hornady Leverevolutions weirdly well. Like any Marlin though they still string vertically past about 5 rounds. I RTV bedded my forend with amazing success- no stringing at all now even when the barrel gets hot. I’m working on an article detailing exactly how I did this coming soon :D
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Re: Marlin 30/30

Post by wrenchman » 08 Mar 2019, 1:29 am

nice
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