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The Marlin 39 Club

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by AStone, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. Charlie1022

    Charlie1022 Member

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    I bought my Golden 39A in 1970 with graduation money and have had lots of fun with it over the years. I shot a 4 shot group one day at 102 yards that I could cover with a dime. Reminds me it is time to get it out of the safe and shoot it again when my shoulder heals from surgery last week.
     
  2. Brando73
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    Brando73 Contributing Member

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    60 or 61. K is 53 and L is 54 each year advances a year. Just my guess.
     
  3. Brando73
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    Brando73 Contributing Member

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    I was addressing a 39 a for the K. Disregard my answer.
     
  4. Archie

    Archie Member

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    I inherited a Marlin 39 (no A) when my Dad died in 2005 or so. It is rather beat up but intact, has had the firing pin replaced in the 1960s. It has several redeeming factors. It has been in my family since purchased new. It is intact. It is mine. Did I mention it has a four digit serial number?
     
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