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Marlin Cowboy Lever Action

Shoots BB's only

Marlin Cowboy Lever Action

Was $39.99
  • List Price $44.99
  • Code: LAM350 · 0.177 cal · 350 fps ·
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The new Marlin Cowboy, synonymous with Annie Oakley--"Little Miss Sure Shot"-- is styled for shooters who appreciate the nostalgia of old-west Cowboy Action Shooters. The Marlin Cowboy is classic in its look and feel. Sized for youngsters, 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 snap-back 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 rifle is both lightweight and dependable, making it the right choice for developing lifelong shooting and marksmanship skills and for teaching safety.

  • Marlin Cowboy BB Gun
  • Lever-action Spring Air Gun
  • 700-Round Reservoir
  • Open sights
  • Durable, Real Wood-grain Stock
  • Sized for younger Shooters
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity350 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypeBBs
  • ActionLever-action
  • Barrel StyleSmooth bore
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight2.75
  • Loudness2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity700
  • MechanismSpring piston
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade and Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for elevation
  • Warranty30 Day Limited
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Marlin Cowboy Lever Action Reviews
4.5 Stars based on 9 Review(s)
evansville, in.
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

back to basics
January 22, 2015
This gun brings back the memories of being a kid and getting your first Bob gun. It is just a basic, have fun gun that can be appreciated by young and old alike. The only reason it did not get five stars, was because I feel they did the gun a great injustice by scrimping on a few cents and putting a plastic cocking lever on it instead of steel like the older guns had.
Just a basic fun gunn
Plastic cocking handle

3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Shoots about 3' high at 40' - compensate
June 3, 2013
I tried zeroing this rifle at about 40' and despite adjusting the sights I could not get it to fire less than approx. 3' high at 40'. Penetration of a cardboard box at 15' is good for one side with the bb left in the box. When the amount of BB's gets low you have to rock the rifle up and down (just like the old Daisies) to get it to load.
Price and construction.
Just as inaccurate as the old Daisy air rifles of the 50's.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

I call mine "thunper"
February 17, 2012
It looks more like a real lever-action firearm than a toy. The wood stock is blond-finished with visible wood grain. The major assemblies are bolted together. Because it looks and feels like it's built well, I gave this little airgun more of a chance than many other reviewers. I'm glad I did! Now that I've swabbed out the crap they greased the shot tube with at the factory and run about 500 bbs through it, my accuracy with it is very close to my Daisy Red Ryder and it keeps getting better. It's got a bigger punch that makes backyard (and indoor) plinking MUCH more satisfying. Today, I shot a couple #2 pencils with it from 15 feet. Now, that's fun!
Power! I don't have a chrony to measure it, but I shoot them one after the other and can tell from the damage inflicted on the target that the Marlin is stronger than the Daisy. Rips through aluminum cans, buries a lot deeper into a telephone book backstop. Classic lever action is fast and feels natural. Competition is good! Daisy had changed the cocking lever to plastic; I guess Red Ryders were lasting too long. Then Crosman strikes a deal with Marlin to sell a "Cowboy" bb carbine, and they make the lever steel again. Buy it so Crosman will keep selling it. I'm getting another.
It's true that it's harder to cock than the Daisy, but that's why it thumps instead of plinks. The sights seem to be harder to use than the Daisy, judging by the number of people who say that can't hit with it. To me, the front post is a bit thin and the rear notch is a bit wide. The trigger pull could be bit lighter. But, I can hit a pencil with it at 15 ft, so... More risk of ricochet due to higher velocity. No kidding; please wear eye protection!!

madison, WI
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

February 2, 2012
this is a fun little bb gun. all the pieces are wood and metal, a little small. the lever is extremely heavy, would be hard for a child to use
fun quiet real wood metal
heavy lever

grampa al
5 Stars

August 31, 2011
great presant for my grandson and i to spend time together,reminds me of mine 60 yrs ago

5 Stars

Marlin Cowboy BB Gun
February 17, 2011
Great little "remember when" BB gun......I bought two, one for me with the grandsons and I gave one to a friend with a huge Marlin rifle collection. It brought tears to his eyes!

5 Stars

May 29, 2010
good for hunting too me.

5 Stars

May 29, 2010
this gun is amazing!i killed two doves with it. it is easy to load to.

5 Stars

backyard targets
November 30, -0001
just a fun rifle to use and shoot

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By Philip from Sandy Hook, Connecticut on July 2, 2012
What is the length of this gun? (barrel to buttstock)
By Robert from MA on August 12, 2012

33.5 inches

By Tyler from Orlando, Florida on November 28, 2011
Is it a airsoft gun or a BB gun??

By Staff on December 12, 2011

This is a BB gun.

By paula from boston ma on July 30, 2012
Does it come with ammo?
By Robert from MA on August 12, 2012

Ammo will need to be bought separately. It doesn't come with any.
Don't forget to buy safety glasses too.

By Tom from Old Bethpage, NY on January 26, 2012
What's the muzzle velocity?
By aden from madison, WI on February 2, 2012

325 fps

By Michael from Canada on April 28, 2012
Can you attach a scope on to this gun?
By Staff on May 2, 2012

There is no rail or mounting system on this gun.

By JIM from MANTUA, OHIO on February 6, 2012
By Robert from MA on August 12, 2012

33.5 inches

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