Marlin BRONZE !

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    Marlin BRONZE !

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    Re: Marlin BRONZE !

    Beautiful. I love my Marlin steel, but the bronze . . . . . .

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    Thumbs Up Re: Marlin BRONZE !

    It looks

    The price is

    Overall
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    Re: Marlin BRONZE !

    I love the bronze Marlin, and have considered buying it as the "flagship" in my collection, but honestly, it looks so similar to my Bronze Polluce black dial "10 Anni" which also features the yellow accents--without the larger case, extra case screws and the outer minute numerals--all of which I don't mind not having on my Polluce. It came down to one or the other, so I kept the Polluce, bought a Pam instead, and still had a ton of money left over from what buying a new Marlin would have cost. The Marlin is nice but I think Anonimo is pricing themselves out of a major chunk of business--especially in its stratospheric models (Marlin, San Marco, Dino Zei...).


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