Marlin 444T

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by TimM, Mar 4, 2016.

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  1. Jimfern

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    Really nice!
     
  2. TimM

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    From the forum post that Elkins45 linked to, I read this:

    "All the guns with the monte carlo straight grip stocks were either roll stamped "444" or "444T" and the ones with "444T" were only made in 1971 and 1972 ."
     
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  3. OilyPablo

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    Yeah I want that. For bears and such.
     
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    TimM, thanks for the replies. What I admire most about your new rifle is the workmanship. Whoever did the work really paid attention to detail and it is nice to see work like that.

    Oh yeah, my Marlin 444 shared West Virginia time with my Ruger 44 Carbine. I loved to hunt West Virginia. Mostly within a 50 mile radius of Webster Springs where an old friend of mine lived. Haven'y hunted there in several years since my friend passed away but still try to visit a few friends there when pass through. The Marlin 444 and Ruger 44 were just so well suited to W. Va., short and handy.

    Again, hope the rifle brings you many years of shooting happiness.

    Thanks
    Ron
     
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