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  • deemus

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    Marlin Model 81
     

    deemus

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    Always wanted one of those Nylon 66’s. Decided to buy one a few years ago. Went to a gun show and they were $650-800. I passed. Bought a Remington pump from 1928 instead.
     

    benenglish

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    Always wanted one of those Nylon 66’s. Decided to buy one a few years ago. Went to a gun show and they were $650-800. I passed.
    Those rifles deserve to be out in the field or on the range, being used. I own the nicest example I've ever seen but it will never become a mere "collector's item."
     

    deemus

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    Those rifles deserve to be out in the field or on the range, being used. I own the nicest example I've ever seen but it will never become a mere "collector's item."
    My buddy in HS had one. We shot it quite a bit. I always wanted one
     

    toby1

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    Mine is a sept. 1958 Seneca green version. Hard to get the true muddy green color in a photograph.
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