Beware the man who only has one gun. He probably knows how to use it! - John Steinbeck
Very cool. If it were mine I'd really be tempted to adapt a skeletal stock with it. Make it a true "ghost gun", so to speak.
These laminate/stainless Marlins are great sellers around here, particularly in 45-70 and 30-30. But a 357 definitely hits a sweet spot, especially for revolver folk.
I'd consider a different stock but haven't seen options available. I would't want something like this though. That's too much.
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So how are you liking your Marlin? I'm really thinking about picking up one of those with the Midwest rail.
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It's my favorite long gun now. It shoots very well with .357 but .38 groups open up quite a bit. I'm mostly interested in using .357 with it though. It's just a nice size and handles very well. I also have a Ruger 77/357 and greatly prefer the Marlin.
Awesome Marlin 1894CSBL.
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