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  1. The 45/70 Govt.
    I recently acquired a classic model 1895 in 45-70. The gun "technically" works fine but it's just not right. After firing, when I work the lever it takes much more effort than it should to at one very specific point. After the the finger lever plunger assembly has been released from the receiver...
  2. 1894
    I just disassembled my 1894SS for a thorough cleaning. After reassembly, I noticed the rear of the firing pin (or the part struck by the hammer) can be pushed forward by hand to be flush with the carrier making a hammer strike questionable. Is this normal? Function checks, cocking, trigger...
  3. 336
    Hello all. I just purchased a Marlin 336SS and I am looking to get a stainless steel hammer extension, but I am having a little trouble finding one online. I am looking for something like this... Does any know where I can find one? Thanks again..
  4. Cowboy Rifles
    Hey everyone, i recently aquired a 30AW for $400 in colorado from a gunbroker. Serial number indicates it was manufactured in 1994. Anyways, its a great gun shoots like a champ. Just one things weird about it. The hammer on it unlike the newer 336's has a horizontal rather than straight hammer...
  5. Rimfires
    I bought a new Model 60 about half a year ago, and it's given me a lot more trouble than it has rabbits. After a month of use and about 400 rounds, the hammer slipped, and I sent it in to a gunsmith. It worked beautifully for one weekend after that, but now it's acting as a single-shot again --...
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