Marlin Cowboy

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The new Marlin Cowboy, synonymous with "Little Miss Sure Shot," Annie Oakley, is styled for shooters who appreciate the nostalgia of old-west Cowboy Action Shooters. The Marlin Cowboy is classic in its look and feel. It's ideal for entry level shooters and intended to satisfy the demands of young shooters at any skill level. The innovative ratcheted, lever helps protect young shooters from the annoying lever snapback noticed on some other lever action rifles. The ratcheted lever remains in position until it's fully cocked, before allowing it to gently return to the stock, no matter how far it's cocked. This BB air rifles is both lightweight and dependable, making it the right choice for developing lifelong shooting, marksmanship skills and for teaching safety.

 
The Marlin Cowboy features a stamped, all-metal receiver and a finely finished hardwood stock and forearm. The BB rifles comes with a front blade and an adjustable, notched rear sight. The reservoir holds up to 700 BBs, allowing for more shooting and less time reloading. The Marlin Cowboy features maximum velocities of up to 325 fps, ideal for plinking and target shooting.

Warning!NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, PARTICULARLY TO THE EYE. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
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    • Specifications Overview

    • Model NumberLAM350
    • VelocityUp to 350 fps
    • Weight2.75 lbs
    • Length35.5 in
    • MechanismLever Action
    • Power SourceSpring
    • Caliber4.5 mm
    • AmmunitionBBs
    • BB Reservoir700
    • BarrelSmooth
    • Front SightFixed Blade
    • Rear SightAdjustable Notch
    • SafetyCross-bolt
    • StockWood

    Average Rating

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    57% 4 reviews
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    29% 2 reviews
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    14% 1 review

    Marlin Cowboy

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    good gun

    By michael

    2014-08-09 00:25:49
    idk why ppl complain about its lever weight? hold the butt stock at your hip and use your hand to cock it. i and my young brother really enjoy it. this marlin cowboy is much stronger and more accurate than the red ryder which jams sometimes! overall this is a good gun for beginner.
    p/s : if possible Crosman please make the barrel longer about 4 more inches and it will be perfect
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    3.75/5.0 Stars

    By Thomas

    2014-05-17 20:13:12
    The lever requires 24lbs of Torque to cock it, which no 10/11 yr old can do. I get it that this is a "First Gun" but when my 10 yr old son cant muster the strength to load it....What lessons/skills are being taught ? Bring the torque down to 10lbs which is reasonable. First 30 shots out of the box, the screw/locking nut that holds the lever to the lower receiver came apart and got lost in the grass. Customer service was kind and shipped another screw/locking nut (Free) but this took 2 weeks to receive. Lesson learned is to remove all screws and reinstall using gell type thread sealer as all the screws were loose to begin with. Month later My son and I were shooting marshmallows at 35 feet :-)
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    It was okay.

    By Anonymous

    2014-03-08 23:15:01
    It lasted about two years of once a week use. I put about 2200 rounds through it, and then the ratchet stopped catching the spring. I got 2 inch groupings with this at only 25 feet (with bench rest). It had very little power, I had to angle it to about Ten degrees to even go 25 yards. I would recommend the Power Master 66, you will get MUCH more accuracy and its only fifteen more dollars, or for ten more dollars you can get the 2100b.
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    low fps

    By anounymous

    2014-02-16 08:04:58
    i shot this gun and it was horrible! i'm 10 and i'm a shot of quarter inch groups with airguns at 50 yards.can't go two feet without dropping
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    Red dot

    By Fungun

    2013-01-09 16:46:40
    Remove the rear sight, put it back on upside down and reversed without the piece of plastic. I mounted a Tasco Red Dot on my gun and it works very well, can┬┤t believe it only has a smooth bore barrel!
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    great starter BB gun...

    By Jay

    2012-08-04 00:20:18
    i bougt this BB gun for my nefue and he have fallin in love with it...
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    Great Gun!

    By unknown

    2012-01-07 22:55:55
    This gun is a Great gun for beginners and made for target practice it is good for a first gun to give to a fairly young child and there's not to much kick and like i said great gun for beginners.

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