A 1960s Marlin and a 1930s Remington

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  1. MacEntyre

    MacEntyre Shoot on Sight! Charter Member Supporting Member

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    I like Vintage Iron. Both of these are very accurate, and both stocks are likely to be refinished.

    Circa 1960 Marlin Model 80 mag fed bolt action .22, Microgroove, 3/8" scope grooves, D&T for Marlin peep:

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    Circa 1936 - 1939 Remington Model 41TargetMaster single shot bolt action .22:

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    Very nice sir!
     
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    Very nice!

    I'd never refinish a survivor, but that's just me.

    Count me in as a Walnut and Steel fan!
     
  4. MacEntyre

    MacEntyre Shoot on Sight! Charter Member Supporting Member

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    As I said in the thread about my Western Field SxS, I like to make the wood clean and get rid of peeled and melted old finish, making it look like it hasn't been refinished, just oiled, with all the character marks intact. No Sandpaper.
     
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    nice...I have an old target master with the peep sights.
     
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    I have a Remington Targetmaster Model 41 just like that. The serial number on mine is 208909.
     
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    I've got a targetmaster like that but it doesn't have a bolt. A bolt cost the same as the whole rifle.