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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaJon View Post
    Given the price of Marlins these days I doubt you could get that work for same money.
    Watched the video. Heard the Marlin rep say $1,900 to start up to another $1,000 or more. He was by the wall of Marlins talking about the threaded barrel, paracord lever wrap, cerakote...We can compete very well on cost and quality.
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    Did any of you notice the laminated and synthetic forends are contoured correctly. The walnut forends I see in the local stores still look like 2x4's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerPointPrecision View Post
    Watched the video. Heard the Marlin rep say $1,900 to start up to another $1,000 or more. He was by the wall of Marlins talking about the threaded barrel, paracord lever wrap, cerakote...We can compete very well on cost and quality.
    To me it wouldn't matter if you couldn't be all that competitive because I wouldn't be winding up with a guided Remlin. I would have exactly what I wanted, a JM the way I wanted it.

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    I read Adam's assessment of the new 94's, y'all can have them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaine View Post
    To me it wouldn't matter if you couldn't be all that competitive because I wouldn't be winding up with a guided Remlin. I would have exactly what I wanted, a JM the way I wanted it.
    Thanks appreciate the support! We love working on JM's and transforming them into a rifle the owner can be proud of.
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    Ranger Point Precision (Houston, TX) - Lever Action expert, Precision Gunsmith and Machine Shop. We custom-build lever action, AR15 and long range rifles and we design and manufacture Marlin, Henry and Steyr A1 Pistol parts (medium loop levers, day & night sights, scope mounts, dovetail fillers, full-length 444 mag tubes, and more). Some of our best sellers are our Marlin 1894 Pistol Caliber, Short Strokes (9mm, 10mm, 327 Fed/32 H&R, .40 S&W, .44 RIPSAW, .45ACP, .45 Cowboy, .357 SIG and more); Marlin 410 Lever Action Shotgun; Marlin 336 36 RPP (big brother to the 35 Rem); Marlin 336 Ackley Improved and Ackley eXtreme for .308ME handloads (or 7-30 Waters, 38-55, 25-35); Hand-Built 6.5mm Grendel AR-15 Rifle; performance gunsmith services of all kinds from match grade barrel swaps to trigger & action jobs, accurizing, barrel shortening/threading/porting and muzzle brakes along with KG Gun Kote and Duracoat metal coatings and wood refinish work.

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    Picked the new 45 Colt standard rifle up this week. Fit and finish look darn good. Cycles well. Hopefully will shoot it soon. Sorry about the rotated picture, not sure how to change that on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paratrooper2002 View Post
    Picked the new 45 Colt standard rifle up this week. Fit and finish look darn good. Cycles well. Hopefully will shoot it soon. Sorry about the rotated picture, not sure how to change that on here.

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    Put it through its paces and give us an evaluation.I am anxious to read what you have to say.OB
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLBIKER View Post
    Put it through its paces and give us an evaluation.I am anxious to read what you have to say.OB
    Will do! I need to pickup some cast or jacketed bullets though first from the lgs. Have everything else on hand.
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