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    NEW: Marlin "Flyweight" Loading Gates

    Well gents, I’m in the middle of another hectic R&D push here at RPP. I told you earlier this year in another thread that y’all wouldn’t get much Marlin love this year, because we intended to focus on Steyr handgun parts. I may have misled you. Not intentionally, I just can’t stay away from Marlins for any length of time. I’m letting one of my other guys head the charge on Steyr.

    So now I’m sitting on two unanticipated new Marlin parts, one launching today, and another in a couple of weeks. The ideas just possess me, until I exorcise them on the CNC table. I’m very excited about both parts, but I must refrain from talking about the latter until its day has come.

    Today’s offering is a simple one. So simple it’s almost stupid. At first you might ask, “why make that?” And then, once you try one, you’re going to ask, “why didn’t you start making that a long time ago?” You’re going to want one on every Marlin you own. Seriously, it’s so slick.

    First off, a BIG thanks to Navajo, Texas Shooter, Kingstrider and M1Riflenut for helping us beta test and Navajo for making an installation video for us.

    Marlin Featherweight Loading Gate. Available for 308, 336, 444, 450M. 1894 and 338/1895 coming soon!
    Marlin Loading Gate | Ranger Point Precision

    FEATURES:
    * Spring weight reduced by up to 70%
    * Easily load cartridges
    * No tuning required, saving you time and hassle
    * Greatly increased cartridge clearance
    * No knife sharp edges
    * Easy loading and smooth, reliable feeding
    * Precisely machined from 7075 billet and hard anodized for extreme durability
    * Available in black, brass or brushed natural finish to match stainless rifles
    * 10-15 minute installation time



    INSTALLATION VIDEO (done by our MOF buddy NAVAJO!)
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M76...ew?usp=sharing
    Last edited by RangerPointPrecision; 08-23-2019 at 08:35 AM.
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    These are well worth the price.
    Smooth as glass and saves the hassle of modifying an original.
    In all honesty, an original gate can never be made to be this slick.
    Glad I could be a small part of this.
    Excuse my Texas accent on the video, LOL.

    What Adam is leaving out, and the part I love about these, is that
    with a simple press in on the new gate, you can quickly and almost
    effortlessly unload cartridges from there.
    See the video.
    Last edited by navajo; 04-29-2018 at 02:03 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    These are well worth the price.
    Smooth as glass and saves the hassle of modifying an original.
    In all honesty, an original gate can never be made to be this slick.
    Glad I could be a small part of this.
    Excuse my Texas accent on the video, LOL.

    What Adam is leaving out, and the part I love about these, is that
    with a simple press in on the new gate, you can quickly and almost
    effortlessly unload cartridges from there.
    See the video.
    Actually great point! You mentioned that in the video and I went oh right duh! See this is why we get help from Marlin experts such as yourself to test out of our products!

    Adam
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerPointPrecision View Post
    Actually great point! You mentioned that in the video and I went oh right duh! See this is why we get help from Marlin experts such as yourself to test out of our products!

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    Now, that is quite a compliment coming from you, Man.
    Dang.
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    navajo, GREAT video. That looks like a terrific new product. I am going to order one as soon as I figure what 94 extractors I need.
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    Wow! Now that is a modification that is many, many years over due! Thanks for thinking this one up. And Thanks to Navajo for a great instructional video. I have one on wish list and as soon as you get the the 1895 done I'll order one of each. I'm overseas right now so I can afford to wait until you have them both ready to go then I'll get both at the same time. Thanks for designing a much needed part! Looking forward to returning home and putting these on my 35 and 45-70!
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    Nice Job Brian!

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    Once again, RPP steps up to the plate with a must have product innovation! Worthy to note the obvious assist by Ranger Creek 36 Texas Bourbon Whiskey freeing up Adam's innovative mind during after hours think tank meetings. LOL

    Great product Adam and I'll be ordering them for all my Marlins.

    Brian, good job on the instructive video. You have potential in a new career.


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    Well, this might wind up costing me money
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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post

    Excuse my Texas accent on the video, LOL.
    Hey Brian... What accent?
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