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You guys are great and I love all the funny comments. I have my annual hog hunt next month, so I will get a chance to take a pig with this old girl. I’ll update th3 post then.
 
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FarrowTech has released their latest product with the new Marlin 336/1894 low profile red dot mounting plate.

FarrowTech states “This is a low profile optic plate for the Marlin 336 and 1894 Lever action rifles, allowing direct mount for a selection of red dot sights.

All necessary hardware is included. Co-witness is possible with aftermarket suppressor height sights.”



https://farrow.tech/marlin-336...-dot-mounting-plate/


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I shoot an Aimpoint or Ultradot tube sight on my Marlin 39s all the time. I even shoot my RRA NM at 50-100 yards off hand with those dots. Beyond 50 yds I switch to a Leupold 1-4x



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