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Where could someone buy a Marlin lever action model 39 in WMR caliber?

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2007-07-10 00:39:44
2007-07-10 00:39:44

Marlin never made a 39 in .22 magnum. The closest thing to it is a model 1894M. These can occasionally be found on different gun sale sites such as www.auctionarms.com and www.gunbroker.com and www.gunsamerica.com . Good luck I could be misunderstanding your question, but I own a .22 Marlin model 39 octagon barrel, magazine feed, in good condition. It was made in the early 1900's. I am currently selling this item, so if you're interested, you can email me at ImTheGirlNextDoor@gmail.com. Thanks

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