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  1. BAS Scout Rail + light rail for Marlin's with barrel bands

    Ranger Point Precision
    For accuracy afficionados and fans of Cooper’s scout concept, RPP now offers its new Barrel Anchored Scout (BAS) rail. As always, Ranger Point’s goal was to push the state of the art forward. In this case, that meant literally pushing the whole rail forward. Other scout rails can rob your...
  2. Introducing the .36 RPP - Big Brother to the .35 REM

    Ranger Point Precision
    Hello again friends, Some of you may have noticed that I haven’t emerged from my rabbit hole much lately. It’s been a busy, busy year, and it’s only speeding up as the fall hunting season looms on the horizon. To that end, my efforts lately have been focused on developing some exciting new...
  3. My Wife's New Custom Marlin 336 in 6.5 Grendel

    Ranger Point Precision
    Greetings MO friends. I haven't chimed in on behalf of the RPP crew much lately, but it isn't because I'm asleep - I still don't do that much. No, we've all been heads-down over here, doing our best to get customer orders out as well as new products and services online before the second half of...
  4. Remington 150gr 35 Remington Ammo?

    The .35 Remington
    ​Found a store near me with a couple of these boxes in stock. Are they a good round? I heard they were quite explosive and destructive when it comes in contact with bone, is this true? Are they worth buying to try to see if they will even be accurate out of my 1951 336SC? Well, on the...
  5. Double Tap ammo for the 35 Remington

    The .35 Remington
    The other day cruising the DoubleTap site and found that they make ammo for the 35Rem and here is a link to them: 35 Remington I was wondering if anyone has tried these yet? The 180gr and 200gr hard cast have peaked my interest. I was hoping if someone has already used these rounds before. I'm...
  6. My new Marlin 336SC and new to forum

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    About a month ago I went to a local gunshop to pick up several firearms I had shipped to him since I just moved to Washington and retired from the Military. I saw one leveraction that drew my attention as soon as I walked into the store. It was a 1951 Marlin 336SC in 35Rem. He was asking 350$...
  7. Another Pawn Shop score!!! 336SC - 35Rem

    336
    Just got back from the local pawn shops... originally looked at a 30TK, but passed when I noticed the bulge in the barrel :vollkommenauf: Went to their other shop, about 10 miles away to look at a Revelation 200... couldn't talk them down off an unreasonable price, and then spotted the SC on...
  8. New Okie here

    Welcome New Members
    Glad to be here. Got a old 336 in 35 rem. Not a collector rifle just a hunter. Shoots good and feel good. First lever action I have owned. I am 60 so it took a while but I love the lever!! Just waiting on the new hammer spring and ready to start reloading for it.
  9. Hello from Northern Kentucky

    Welcome New Members
    Hi all, I figured I might as well join since most of my google searches regarding Marlins lead me here anyway... hah. I love lever-action rifles. The look, the way they feel, the action. All of it. I am looking to buy a used, good condition 336 30-30 or 35 Rem. I prefer the older models. Any...
  10. Obsolete Ammunition Company (35 Rem)

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    Hey Everyone, I was at a gun show this weekend looking to stock up on ammo for my 336 in 35 Rem. The going rate of a box at the LGS is around $30+ tax for corelokts or leverevo so I wanted to see if I could beat that at the show. After checking out all the ammo dealers I found a box of 200gr...
  11. Hey all. A little help for a newby? 336

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    The History - So a few years ago I was given a rifle. The rifle came from my father and was given to him by his father, my grandfather. I tell you this to stress the level of sentimental value that this gun has to me especially now that my grandfather isn't doing so good. The Rifle - OK so...
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