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    My Marlin Glenfield model 75

    This is the only long gun I have. I was stored in my parents closet for YEARS. My grandfather had it and he passed away in 83 or 84 I was born in 82.



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    good inherited guns are priceless....enjoy it for the heritage if nothing else...that one looks real nice to beat

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    Thanks! It seems to be, I shot it a few years back and and had a ejecting issue cost me 7 bucks to fix it from the gunsmith. I took it to H&H and was talking to Thomas about it a few years ago as well and he was more impressed with the condition of the sling, cause its in such good shape for sitting around for 25+ years.
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    Nice long gun

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    Nice Marlin all my pass down rifles have been Marlins and they are great guns. Hope you enjoy it for many years as I have my Marlins!

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    Nice rifle!!! I like the older Marlin autos much better than the new ones. They all shoot good but I like the craftsmanship better on the vintage ones.

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    nice, looks great for age. i love marlin rimfire guns, i have 3 and never had a problem with any of them. 22lr, 22 mag, and .17 hmr
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    Yours is in great condition! I inherited a Stevens 87A .22 that had been sitting in my grandmas basement for AT LEAST 20 years barrel was covered in surface rust. Got it cleaned up and it makes for a nice plinker! May eventually have the barrel redone to touch it up some more but might just leave it.

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    That's a great gun! That model was the 2nd gun I ever shot when I was a kid. My uncle still has it too. I have a Model 60 that was my 1st gun. Marlins are great!

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    Yep, brings back alot of memories! Nice gun. Mine looked just like it the last time I saw it. A canoeing accident put her in the White river over thirty years ago. Along with a Stevens bolt action 20 ga. shotty. I knew I should have tied them in.

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