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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. Nib 1894 ss 44 mag value ?

    Does anyone have in idea of the price range of a nib 1894ss 44 mag? Gunbroker currently has some in the $1200-$2000 range. Seems a bit overpriced to me, but not sure.
  4. 10% off today through Feb 13th. Code: TREATYOURSELF

    Ranger Point Precision
    Hi MOF Friends - As you know, we do not do a ton of specials but the nanny [in the photo] talked me into a Valentine's Special. :cool: Good for all of our performance parts for Marlin Firearms, Henry Repeating Arms, Steyr Arms, and Springfield Armory. This includes some of our best selling...
  5. 1894 Cowboy II in 44 mag, leading issues and accuracy problems.

    Hello there, I'm new to posting on this forum but not new at all to reading it. I know, this topic has come up many times, but I'm finally fed up, and have to reach out for some advice on the leading I've been getting in my 44 mag with Plain Based wheel weight bullets. I'm not new to...
  6. Recent "improvements" to Remlin 1894s disqualify them

    Ranger Point Precision
    Dear MOF members, Like many of you here on this forum, we at RPP have been hopeful that Remington would put their considerable resources to work fixing quality issues with the Marlin rifles. We saw some fit improvement over the last year or so, and it seemed the future was looking up. But while...
  7. Winchester 1894 44mag question

    I ran across a winchester 1894 Ae chambered in 44 mag. This particular model was only produced 98-00. It has synthetic stock and forearm and a matte finished receiver and barrel. It is prob 98% no box. I can't find an example on gb or gunauction. Any ideas on value of this? Thanks for your...
  8. The lever action"Brooklyn" scout rifle

    Tactical Leverguns
    I am thinking about getting a lever action rifle to turn into a scout rifle . It has to be below 800$ dollars though*. Which caliber would be the best for this job
  9. 1894 Extraction Problem

    I have an 1894 in 44 it is a pre-safety model. It will not remove a spent nor unfired cartrige from the chamber except every 1 in 20 tries. I believe the extractor needs replacement. There i no spring on the extractor in any form. The end of the extractor is like a small tube with an eye where...
  10. New Marlin owner, happy as heck!!

    Welcome New Members
    Hi All, Just bought my first Marlin. I live in Indiana where only pistol cartridges are allowed for Deer, so I picked up a model 1894 in .44 Magnum. I was a little hesitant to buy a new rifle given all the hullabaloo about Remington taking over the company, but being a Remington fan from way...
  11. New Owner, Old Marlin 1894S

    Picked up a "new" old Marlin 1894S 44 mag with a microgroove barrel roughly a week ago and couldn't be happier with the purchase. After running the serial number I was able to date it to 1983, which was the same year they added the "dreaded" safety (which I don't mind). Cleaned it up and...