The earlier Model 39s had a straight stock like the Browning, also a shorter barrel as well... The Cowboy has a straight stock and a tapered octagon 24" barrel. The Marlin I have and the Marlins I've played with have horrible gritty actions. The Browning quality is much better, it doesn't have a real lever throw as noted more of a toggle action. Due its weight and barrel, I've put a Lyman tang sight and Beech front sight on the Marlin. The Browning is a little small for me but still like it. The earlier Model 39s had a straight stock like the Browning, also a shorter barrel as well... I put a Skinner receiver-mounted aperture sight on mine, which resulted in a significantly greater sight radius. It fits my frame and hands better than my Browning. One vote for the 39A (and I like its looks better). "He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. I have both guns also and have never looked them this way. Overall a neat little rifle, very nice finish and lots of fun to shoot. I see them as almost opposites and that's why I got them both.Personally, I prefer the BL-22---lighter, thinner, sleeker---less lever throw (takes a little getting used to), etc. Adjusting my hand position to adapt to the straight grip stock has never been an issue. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion." I have both a Browning BL22 and a Marlin Cowboy II.
Made is USA isn't that bad, as long as they built it good over here. I still check pawnshops every once and a while just in case though. But I am afraid that the days of low cost Mounties are long gone. Rather Marlin has always been able to meet or exceed my expectations, so I just never looked any further. But I am afraid that the days of low cost Mounties are long gone. The reason I'm looking to pick up 39A is that I have the opportunity to shoot smallbore lever action silhouette. Sounds about right cost wise, at least thats what they are going for around here.
Dating marlin 39a rifles
__________________ TURNING and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. I have both guns also and have never looked them this way. Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction. Thanks, Joe Pick one both great rifles, i like the Marlins because of the grips and smooth actions. Only reason i don't have a Marlin is money go's for other thing's such as ammo. Rather Marlin has always been able to meet or exceed my expectations, so I just never looked any further. I still check pawnshops every once and a while just in case though. Going to have to shell out 5-800 for a good one nowadays.The tube is not going to go flying down range, but it'll come loose and when that happens, you can't work the action until you secure it back in. The opening circumference of the Spee D loader (which is an essential item for a tube magazine) is the same size as the opening of the Browning.
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