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Marlin 336 Took over as my go to woods rifle

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by blgoode, Dec 23, 2006.

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  1. blgoode

    blgoode Member

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    This gun is perfect for where I find myself. Brushy woods and no very far to shoot. This gun has taken the place of my grab and go gun instad of my AR-15. Not as cheap to shoot but I think more versitile overall.
    Just saying thanks to all that helped me see that even a 100 year old round is still one you can count on:D .
     
  2. mustanger98

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    Hey, Good to hear. Let us know how your huntin' goes.:D
     
  3. Essex County

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    A 30-30 Marlin is like a good set of handtools. Everybody needs one.. Essex
     
  4. Roadkill

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    Same thing happened to me. I have an indecent number of guns to take but the Marlin 336 30-30 is getting a whole lot of use these days. I target shoot with the others, hunt with the Marlin. I stalk hunt and use it in a climbing stand. Leaving in about two hours on a trip. In the hunting forum I'm going to throw out some options of guns but most likely will use the Marlin.
     
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