Marlin Celebrates 150 Years with Two Beautiful Limited Edition Long Guns – SHOT Show 2020

Gorgeous Marlin 444 150-year anniversary lever gun

For more details visit Marling Firearms HERE.

In celebration of providing firearms to its customers since 1870, Marlin has produced a 150-year anniversary edition of two of its iconic rifles. The first is, of course, a large-bore lever action. 

Gold adds contrast and class to the dark bluing.

This limited edition lever gun is only available in .444 Marlin, with beautiful C grade walnut stocks. The buttstock has a curved pistol grip, with classic checkering on the grip and forend to provide stability to the hold the hard-hitting 444 in case anyone ever wants to shoot the beautiful rifle.

The receiver and bolt are both decorated with wonderful engraving, and the receiver has contrasting gold inlay. The 24” half-octagon barrel has a classic look and is adorned with a Skinner ladder sight. All the metal is finished in a deep, deep gorgeous bluing. 

The custom shop helped design the celebratory 444 Marlin.

The 24” barrel should give increased velocities to the heavy 444 slugs. The 444 Marlin has a six-round tubular magazine reaching the length of the barrel. 

Beautiful finishing on the wood and metal.

The anniversary gun is only available through 2020, with an MSRP of $1,899.

The other 150-year tribute gun is the venerable Model 60, a. 22 LR semi-auto. This happens to be the same model as my first rifle decades ago and it’s still popular today.

Model 60 in stainless may last another 150 years.

The Model 60 has a 150-year medallion embedded in its standard grade walnut stock and has a stainless finish on the receiver and barrel. The anniversary Model 60 has an MSRP 0f $399, and is available now, but only through this year.

For more details visit Marling Firearms HERE.

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About the author: Jeff Cramblit is a world-class competitive shooter having won medals at both the 2012 IPSC World Shotgun Championship in Hungary and more recently the 2017 IPSC World Rifle Championship in Russia. He is passionate about shooting sports and the outdoors. He has followed that passion for over 30 years, hunting and competing in practical pistol, 3gun, precision rifle and sporting clays matches. Jeff is intimately familiar with the shooting industry – competitor, instructor, RO, range master, match director. Among his training credits include NRA Instructor, AR-15 armorer, FBI Rifle Instructor, and Officer Low Light Survival Instructor. As a sponsored shooter, Jeff has represented notable industry names such as: Benelli, 5.11 Tactical, Bushnell, Blackhawk, DoubleStar, and Hornady. He has been featured on several of Outdoor Channel’s Shooting Gallery episodes and on a Downrange TV series. Jeff’s current endeavors cover a broad spectrum and he can be found anywhere from local matches helping and encouraging new shooters as they develop their own love of the sport, to the dove field with his friends, a charity sporting clays shoot, backpack hunting public land in Montana, or the winners podium of a major championship.

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  • Errol D. Severe December 10, 2021, 11:24 am

    How many of the 150th .444 anniv. model were made?

    • Stan Geiser March 11, 2022, 4:06 pm

      how many 150th anniversary marlin 444 were made?

  • Jim Cramond October 13, 2021, 3:06 pm

    I would like to purchase the 150 anniversary 444 Marlin! Where can I purchase it? Also the Ammo. Thanks Jim

  • Walter A. Shuker January 28, 2021, 4:11 pm

    I would like to enter my name in the 150 Anniversary give away thank You

  • Jake July 17, 2020, 3:38 pm

    I have the 125th anniversary edition marlin 60 and I’ve been trying to get the 150th edition. It’s been difficult, but I think I found a way (I hope) after jumping through countless loops. I think the gun looks great! Can’t wait to get it.

  • Charlie January 28, 2020, 12:08 pm

    Please get rid of that hole in the side that is called a safety. I know owners that have that model who say they never use it when hunting. Why produce a rifle for your years of business that is not correct to the original design?

  • Steven H. Warrick January 28, 2020, 11:50 am

    They should have made the lever gun available in 45-70 as well.

    • Matt January 29, 2020, 1:30 pm


  • Big Jim January 28, 2020, 8:47 am

    While the classics will always have a place in our hearts, no doubt.
    We want to see the Model 60, Rem 870 brought into the 21st century with picatinny rails that actually function as a normal modern upgrade.

  • Tony Godin January 28, 2020, 8:42 am

    I have a 44 M that I am restoring at the moment. It has the octogone barrel but the riffling are damaged a bit , It will be a talking piece as it was my father’s favorite gun .Parts are not easy to be found .
    Tony Godin
    White Pine Lodge
    Foleyet Ontario

  • John Kersteter January 28, 2020, 8:32 am

    Need Dealers and Prices for 444 Cal & 22 LR, Also Amounts of Limited Edition for Both. I am a Collector and already have 3 editions of your Marlin Rifles. Thanks, John Kersteter, State of Oregon

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