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Re: Models to avoid???
Thanks for the input. I'm really just thinking of this as something cool to own, and maybe shoot occasionally. For less than $300 I don't expect much. It feels ok, nothing feels loose, it cocks and dry fires ok as well. It just looks like it was neglected, maybe left in a garage or something. I read something about "Marlin L.C. Smith" being made in Italy but no indication of their quality. On cursory inspection, I could barely make out Smith on the side of the receiver. I think I'll go back tomorrow and get the serial no.