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Rifleman Q&A: Marlin Model 1887 Revolvers – Guns in the News

Q: I have an old revolver by Marlin that is a five-shot, top-break, .38-cal., pocket-size gun. It is said to have belonged to a railroad worker out of Fort Worth, Texas. It is 7″ long and weighs about 17 ozs. There is a stamp on the back of the grip frame that …

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