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Old 02-13-2017, 08:17 PM
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My 15 year old son bought a Savage Axis package and added a Boyds pepper laminate stock and bipod.Then he bought a Marlin 45/70 in stainless with the pepper laminate stock.Bought his own ammo too!
Evidently he likes the big boomer.He shot 3 boxes of 45/70 at the range.
Now we just need a lease with hogs and coyotes
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Both are beautiful pieces of artwork.
I have a mini 14 with the same stock.
Love the Marlin specifically. Been wanting one just like that one in but chambered in 338 Marlin Express.
The youngster has a good eye!
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Very nice! Should serve him well.
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I love em both
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