Why is your Marlin 1898 shotgun is dangerous?
History, music (Southern Rock/Blues/Oldies), racing (cars/motorcycles), motorcycling, weapons (mostly guns and knives), baseball, toy trains, WWII, cowboy shooting (targets of course), reading, and my wife and family. I would be very interested in what those checks are.
How to close the bolt on a Marlin shotgun?
Just like the Marlin, slowly close the bolt with the trigger depressed to a point just short of closed battery. The hammer should remain cocked and the firing pin should be blocked anywhere short of “In Battery”.
What kind of shotgun was the Marlin Model 42?
The Model 42 was and is considered to be the pinnacle of Marlin production for the exposed hammer, (all of these are often thrown under the ’98 blanket) shotgun. I have one of the 42s in original condition.
What kind of cartridges are in a Marlin ER?
Advertised as being chambered for .307 and .356 Winchester cartridges. .307 was never produced. .356 Winchester was supposed to add new capabilities to this classic rifle, but it never caught on with the shooting public. Discontinued in 1986 after only 2,441 Model ERs were manufactured. Has 20″ barrel and 5-shot tube magazine.
When did the Marlin Model 36 come out?
Introduced in 1948. Improved version of Model 36. Features a new-type round bolt chrome-plated, with improved extractor and re-designed cartridge carrier that improved feeding. Chambered for .30-30 and .32 Special cartridges. Has 20″ tapered round barrel, with Ballard-type rifling. Finish blued, with receiver top matted to reduce reflections.
What kind of bullets are in a Marlin 336?
336SC in a deluxe checkered stock version, with quick detachable swivels. Supplied with a sling. NOTE: Scarce model as only 4,392 were built. Advertised as a fast-handling lever-action carbine. Chambered for .219 Zipper cartridges flat trajectory, varmint-type round.