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post #1 of 76 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

Saw a thread on another site and Marlin appears to have
dropped 35Remington from the 336 line up.
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post #2 of 76 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 08:46 PM
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

If thats true what a shame
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

I checked the Marlin Firearms website and they only
offer 30-30.
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post #4 of 76 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 08:58 PM
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

That is sad, those older 35 rem were meat guns!

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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

Have owned two 336SCs in 35 over the years, need to scoop
another one.
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

A Marlin or Winchester lever action used to be about $100 cheaper than a bolt action....Now you can get a bolt in a more powerful caliber for less money, lessening the popularity of the lever action
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

I'm surprised they didn't do it years ago.The .35 rem is an obsolete cartidge that doesn't offer a thing over the 30-30 and the ammo is way more expensive.

I started out with a brand new Marlin in 1980.I used it for several years before retiring it for several other rifles.I thought about keeping it for me son but gave it to my nephew instead and bought my son a more practical rifle.
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

What a shame. The .35 Rem. is omne of the all time greats in the history of the PA deer and bear woods.
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

Yes it is.I gurantee you the Kenna family that ran Marlin for 100 or more years wouldn,t have dropped it.It,s that worthless R company that has screwed everything up.
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Re: Marlin dropped 35REM from production?

It`s the Freedom Group that has bought up all of our once great companies. They have changed alot of guns. They have ruined Marlin the most, especially the Marlin rimfire models.

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