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Re: Looking for a 22 magnum lever action rifle.

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LJD

12-10-2012 08:34:31
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I never had a problem with mine but do not shoot 22 magnums very much. Too expensive. I have two Marlin 39 .22 long-rifle lever-actions they get a lot of use and have never skipped a beat.

I've only ever had a problem with one Marlin. My 336 in .35 Remington jams now and then and the bolt gets stuck open.

I have a model 36 built in 1936 in 30-30 and although very worn - shoots and works perfect.

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dhermesc

12-10-2012 09:07:01
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 Re: Looking for a 22 magnum lever action rifle. in reply to LJD, 12-10-2012 08:34:31  
Some people love those old Levermatics, but from personal experience I'll never own another.

The Marlin I love is the Marlin 882SS in .22WMR. One of the first guns I bought brand new, nice heavy magazine that locks perfectly into place (not like the flimsy feel of the Savage 93) and very accurate. Put a little 3X9X32 scope on it and dialed it once and its only needed tiny adjustments in the last 15 years. If I do my part a nickle will cover the 7 holes at 50 yards.

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