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  1. Marlin All Weather Polymer Forearm NEW!

    Ranger Point Precision
    Hi Friends - We're excited to announce our new Marlin Polymer Forearms. Stay tuned for the butt stocks as well. :-) Let us know what you think! After much pleading from customers, RPP is excited to introduce our new all weather, M-LOK forend for Marlin lever guns. This robust, glass-filled...
  2. 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...
  3. Marlin .357 Mag Followers now available!

    Ranger Point Precision
    Hey MOF Friends, Per many requests, we now have our very popular magazine followers available for Marlin .357 Mag / .38 Special rifles. This is in addition to the ones that have been selling quite well (thank you!) for the Marlin 336, 308, 338, 444, 1895, 450M, 41 mag, .44 mag, and .45 Colt...
  4. NRA American Rifleman Mag: Get a Grip on Lever-Action Accuracy

    Ranger Point Precision
    Anyone read this article that just came out? Marlin Firearms feature article that talks about accuracy and even includes a test re. a Marlin 35 Rem vs. a Winchester Model 94. Thoughts? Get A Grip On Lever-Action Accuracy by John Haviland -...
  5. Happy Holidays! 10% off anything in our store.

    Ranger Point Precision
    Marlin, Henry and Steyr A1 Pistol parts, slings, brakes, t-shirts, cleaning supplies and more. https://rangerpointstore.com/ We also have electronic gift certificates that can be used to purchase parts and any of our services. https://rangerpointstore.com/giftcertificates.php Thanks for all...
  6. "71 336 35 rem <(^_^)>

    336
    Short story, traded a "99 336w 30-30 for a 1971 336 35rem. Long story, My brother in law sold his ajpg nd he knocked off 200 and got the 336w. I bought it from him for 200 cash. Bam love it, I had it for about a month and thought about posting it on armslist for 350 to see if I got any hits...
  7. A Warm Thanks to All and a Happy New Year

    Ranger Point Precision
    Folks, it’s been a heck of year here at RPP, and I wanted to close it out by saying thank you to everyone here on the forum. It has been gratifying, both on a personal and business level, to be a part of this great community. I feel like we have a lot of friends here, and your support has been...
  8. ID & Value of 35 Rem?

    The .35 Remington
    Hi 35 Rem Fans- I recently acquired a Marlin 336 in 35 Rem that I haven't shot yet, and haven't decided whether to keep or not. I'm looking for info on the model, the year it was built, and it's current market value. Based on the first 2 digits of the SN (26) I believe this 336SC was made in...
  9. 35 Rem ID & Value?

    336
    Hi members- I recently acquired a Marlin 336 in 35 Rem that I haven't shot yet, and haven't decided whether to keep or not. I'm looking for info on the model, the year it was built, and it's current market value. Based on the first 2 digits of the SN (26) I believe this 336SC was made in 1974...
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. Installed my RPP Loop today...

    Ranger Point Precision
    Well, I got around to working on a couple of rifles of mine today, and part of that effort was installing the RPP Big Loop on my beloved .35 rem, ha! I have to say the loop fit perfectly, and no minor fitting of any kind required that the instructions said may have to be done on some rifles...
  13. Thoughts.... 180gr RNFPBB cast in 35 Rem?

    Reloading
    Hey gang, Thinking about getting some 180gr cast RNFP from Dardas... pic from dardascastbullets.com questions: * This is for a 1951 336SC, ballard rifling... what groove dia should i get? .359?? * any issues i should look out for?? * want to have a fun plinking load and maybe have it be a...
  14. Newbie Asks for Help with PLinking 35Rem Load (redux)

    Reloading
    Howdy Everyone, I am pretty surprised by it myself, but I seem to have recently become a lever addict! In the last 3 months I've added two 1892s in 357 (winchester/miroku & Rossi), a Henry Big Boy 357, a browning BL22, a Winchester 9422 XTR, and last but not least a 1966 336RC in 35 REM. I...
  15. Sears Roebuck Model 45 .35 Rem Serial #34xxx

    Welcome New Members
    Just got this Marlin Model 45 by Sears Roebuck in 35 Rem. Serial #34xxx. Anyone know how old it is? Let me know what you think! I'm new to the site... but greetings from Nashville, TN!!
  16. 125 gr 357 gold dot from a 35 remington

    Reloading
    hello all, i was just curious to see if anyone out there has tried loading a 125 grain gold dot for a 35 remington. It would be for me a home defence type round but i have seen no data or even stories of attempts with this loading. I think that a 125 grain round moving at 2000 if not higher fps...
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