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The History of Marlin Firearms


The outstanding team of inventors he was able to attract developed breakthrough and enduring models, such as Models 1891 and 1893. Today known as Models 39 and 336 respectively, they are the oldest shoulder arm designs in the world still being produced. The lever action 22 repeater (now Model 39) even became the favorite of many exhibition shooters, including the great Annie OakleyJohn M. Marlin was born in Connecticut in 1836, and served his apprenticeship as a tool and die maker. During the Civil War, he worked at the Colt plant in Hartford, and in 1870 hung out his sign on State Street, New Haven, manufacturing his own line of revolvers and derringers.

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MAG MARLIN 10RD 22LR NK LT1988 71902 71902

Marlin MAG MARLIN 10RD 22LR NK LT1988 71902
$17.49

MAG MARLIN 4RD BL 22WMR 17HMR 71921 71921

Marlin MAG MARLIN 4RD BL 22WMR 17HMR 71921
$15.49

MAG MARLIN 4RD NKL 22WMR 17HMR 71923 71923

Marlin MAG MARLIN 4RD NKL 22WMR 17HMR 71923
$15.49

MAG MARLIN 7RD 22,17HM2 BL BA 71900 71900

Marlin MAG MARLIN 7RD 22,17HM2 BL BA 71900
$13.49

MAG MARLIN 7RD 22/17HMR BLT BL 71920 71920

Marlin MAG MARLIN 7RD 22/17HMR BLT BL 71920
$15.49

MAG MARLIN 7RD 22/17HMR BLT NK 71922 71922

Marlin MAG MARLIN 7RD 22/17HMR BLT NK 71922
$15.49

MAG MARLIN 7RD 22LR NK POST 96 71901 71901

Marlin MAG MARLIN 7RD 22LR NK POST 96 71901
$15.49

MAG MRLN DISC MDL 80,780,20,25 71903 71903

Marlin MAG MRLN DISC MDL 80,780,20,25 71903
$17.49