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Thread: NEW! Marlin Model 336 & 1895 'Dark' Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sillyghillie View Post
    On marlin's site it says 30-30 only. There making this in a 1895? 45-70= best bear cartridge. I have a 1895 SBL and love it. would get this one in a heartbeat as well.
    I checked earlier today and it’s there.

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    Good day Dante's, what category does this rifle fall under, NR/R?. And would you have LOP measurements. From trigger to butt stock end. Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration.
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    Marlin dark series

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    Did someone say there is a lever 6.5cm out there.. Have a possible link ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid_Snake View Post
    Did someone say there is a lever 6.5cm out there.. Have a possible link ?
    Think it was wishful thinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by 45CAT View Post
    Think it was wishful thinking
    Henry Long Ranger is in 6.5 Creedmoor but it’s a box mag obviously.

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    Marlin .410 shotgun version lever action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1ABNDT View Post
    Good day Dante's, what category does this rifle fall under, NR/R?. And would you have LOP measurements. From trigger to butt stock end. Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration.
    These will have a non-restricted classification. At the moment, we only have info on the overall length which is 34.5" for both models. We'll try to get info on LOP. Thanks!
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    I would have been sold on this if it was nitrided.

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    Ty for the response Dante's, I appreciate the 411 and any additional measurements you can provide. I know these are special order, but if you find yourselves with one in the showroom please post as I would drive out to get a feel for the firearm. Happy FD!
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