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What bolt action clip fed 22 Marlins were available in 1953?

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2005-12-11 22:19:32
2005-12-11 22:19:32

The models 80C and 81C were available in the time period mentioned. These were offered in clip versions, (80C and 81C) and tubular mag versions.

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