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The 'Arsenal' grows. #4087768 02/27/13 10:52 PM
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Just thought i'd share a pic of my latest purchase. Marlin or Remlin 336w in 30-30. Other gun is my Xbolt SS in 7mm Rem mag.

The 336 is my new short range hog extinguisher. Expect i'll add a skinner peep to it a some point. It won't be scoped.

Despite the rumors, i think this 336 feels really well made, especially for a sub $400 rifle. Hopefully it shoots ok, we'll see at the lease this weekend!

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Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: greygooser] #4087900 02/28/13 12:02 AM
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Enjoy

Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: NoLa] #4088176 02/28/13 01:54 AM
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Will do the job in hand. I like mine just wish I had a model 94 tho.

Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: hillbillyhoghunter] #4088200 02/28/13 02:01 AM
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Those are two good rifles to start an arsenal with. up


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Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: Nogalus Prairie] #4088335 02/28/13 02:52 AM
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The stock on the 336 looks really nice.


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Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks] #4088387 02/28/13 03:10 AM
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the stock color on the 336 looks very nice!

Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: Paul Sonnier] #4088452 02/28/13 03:28 AM
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Okay this may be a dumb statement on my part.
You said;(Other gun is my Xbolt SS in 7mm Rem mag.)

The strap has the Browning logo, so I would have to assume it is made by Browning?

Nice guns either way!!!


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Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: Stub] #4088493 02/28/13 03:41 AM
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Thanks guys.

The stock I believe is made of Birch, looks and feels nice enough to me. As i said, for a sub $400 gun i can;t complain.

Stub - The xbolt is indeed a Browning.


Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: greygooser] #4088522 02/28/13 03:51 AM
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beautiful gun


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Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: Tff caribou] #4088569 02/28/13 04:04 AM
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Good guns looking at a 30-30 or a 45/70 right now

Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: East-Tx hunter] #4088578 02/28/13 04:07 AM
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I have 2 marlin 336 and I love them both. Very reliable guns.

Re: The 'Arsenal' grows. [Re: STXHO] #4088651 02/28/13 04:51 AM
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Great looking rifles. Like them both, but have an affinity for the Browning.


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Originally Posted By: Halfadozen
have an affinity for the Browning.


same

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Ditto; I have 3 of them. 25-06, 270 & 7mm mag!

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have an affinity for the Browning.


same


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you are off to a good start.

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looks great

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Anyone ever wonder whether posting information about your personally owned firearms is a good idea? As for me personally, I don't mind, but in these days, this voluntarily given information could be used by a nefarious person or organization as a way to target those who may have a weapon on the "to be banned" list.


Korea is nothing like Germany, and no amount of Army Modernization propaganda will convince me otherwise. I miss my wife and kids something fierce
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Originally Posted By: HeidelbergJaeger
Anyone ever wonder whether posting information about your personally owned firearms is a good idea? As for me personally, I don't mind, but in these days, this voluntarily given information could be used by a nefarious person or organization as a way to target those who may have a weapon on the "to be banned" list.


I think he is safe showing pictures of two guns that hold less than 4 rounds each.


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Originally Posted By: HeidelbergJaeger
Anyone ever wonder whether posting information about your personally owned firearms is a good idea? As for me personally, I don't mind, but in these days, this voluntarily given information could be used by a nefarious person or organization as a way to target those who may have a weapon on the "to be banned" list.


Not being from Texas or the US I don't suffer from that same level of massive paranoia that many do here. Maybe i'm just naive.

That being said, if someone can figure out where I live based on a small picture of my dog and a picture of two rifles in a neutral background then they probably have bigger fish to fry.


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Originally Posted By: HeidelbergJaeger
Anyone ever wonder whether posting information about your personally owned firearms is a good idea?


This is an age-old question. It doesn't mean you're paranoid.

If you're really concerned, you probably should be on the Internet.

And... To the OP, nice start on your arsenal :-)

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Anyone ever wonder whether posting information about your personally owned firearms is a good idea?


This is an age-old question. It doesn't mean you're paranoid.

If you're really concerned, you probably should be on the Internet.

And... To the OP, nice start on your arsenal :-)


Appreciated.

I'm also one of those crazy people thats ok with being scanned at the airport wink


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Not that I am paranoid, but I just know that there are plenty of folks who data mine on the internet, and not just for banning weapons or anything like that, but criminals also troll the internet looking for any nuggets of info that can lead them to their next score.

To the OP, nice weapons, I myself have an X-Bolt Hunter.


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