The History of Marlin Firearms

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The History of Marlin Firearms

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Would anyone know where I can locate a copy of the film produced in the 1920's or 30's entitled " The History of Marlin Firearms " . It's actually a film showing their Manufacturing processes.
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Rf2;

The Association at one time was selling copies on DVD. I believe they are all sold as of now, but it may be something to see if new copies can be made up and then made available.
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Ok. Is there someone I can I ask in the Association to see if new copies can be made or to obtain a copy from another member?
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Rf2;

There may be a chance that some new DVD's can be made. Will investigate the situation.
Due to the increasing cost of ammunition, there will be no warning shot!

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Rf2;

The Association has decided to make new copies of the DVD "History of Marlin Firearms" that was made in the 1920's.
As soon as they are available, I will post a notice they are available and how to get a copy.
Due to the increasing cost of ammunition, there will be no warning shot!

The growing federal deficit = generational slavery to the national debt.

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Regnier (gunrunner) wrote: Wed Sep 04, 2019 1:36 pm Rf2;

The Association has decided to make new copies of the DVD "History of Marlin Firearms" that was made in the 1920's.
As soon as they are available, I will post a notice they are available and how to get a copy.
Thanks Rick!
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To All Concerned:

The Association has made new copies of the DVD "History of Marlin Firearms" that was made in the 1920's. The price is $20.00 plus postage and can be ordered from Harvey Frakes. Call 217-585-3454 between 6:00 P.M. & 10:00 P.M. central time for instructions
Due to the increasing cost of ammunition, there will be no warning shot!

The growing federal deficit = generational slavery to the national debt.

If the world was perfect.......it wouldn't be.
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