Marlin revamps it's .22 Bolt-Action lineup :)

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  1. Big Shrek

    Big Shrek Well-Known Member

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    http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firearms/xt/XT22.asp

    Now, we get Factory Heavy Barrels...the first since the 880SQ & 2000-T :D
    And, the Pro-fire adjustable trigger from the XL-7's has been made for them as well :D
    Price points set to kick everything else in the Bahoogies ;)


    What's not to love??
     
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  3. dugasgunner

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    There's a lot not to love. First, they are as ugly as a monkey b.., second there's only one model with walnut and third,their darn press checkering looks cheap. They will surely shoot great, but for me (and i'm not alone) look, feel, quality of materials and finish is as important as good accuracy.(we have some on the market that has it all). IMO there's nothing to love with these. I expected better from their new line. Still, i hope for Marlin's followers, that the new XT series will live up to your expectations. Cheers.
     
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