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  1. NEW! Marlin Fiber Optic Front Sights

    Ranger Point Precision
    Hey MOF Friends - This is Adam's business partner/wife Kimberly. Adam has done it again with an exceptionally designed front fiber optic sight. Feedback has been that while great with any rear sight, they really enable fast target acquisition when paired one one our Cloverleaf Fiber Optic Peep...
  2. Black Friday Weekend Sale - 20% off all RPP parts!

    Ranger Point Precision
    First off, a very Happy Thanksgiving to all of our friends on MOF. We're thankful for all of your creative ideas, testing and sales support, and friendship over the years. You're a big reason that our company has grown so fast over the years. Thank you! Here's hoping that you all get to spend...
  3. NEW! Marlin Low Profile Scope Mount Rails

    Ranger Point Precision
    RPP is pleased to announce an attractive new addition to its Rhino Rail scope mount line. While our original mil-spec picatinny rail, with the option of integrated backup sights, offers tremendous flexibility for shooters, we heard lots of Marlin owners say they just didn’t care for the “cheese...
  4. CZ 52 project, for you steel and walnut lovers

    Ranger Point Precision
    Ok, this isn't our typical lever gun posting, just a little side project I finished this weekend. I picked up a decent little CZ-52 a few weeks ago, and liked it enough to improve upon it. After a little trigger work it was a very respectable shooter, but the ergos were crisp and cramped, and...
  5. Marlin .410 Shotgun - 444 Full Length Mag Tube Kit - M-LOK Panels

    Ranger Point Precision
    We’re pleased to reintroduce the Marlin 336 Lever-Action .410 Shotgun, with our own twist. In 2004, Marlin reintroduced a lever-action .410 briefly as homage to the original Model .410 built in 1929 and it was based on the more modern 1895 frame (Fun Fact: These were made in limited edition to...
  6. Leupold PRW Rings on Ranger Point Precision Base. Are they sitting correctly?

    Optics Discussion Forum
    Hey all! So I'm going to through the process of buying my very first scope-mounting setup (on my 336). As an engineer, I'm not totally satisfied with the way the rings sit on the base. Is it sitting correctly? Will that bottom lip hold well enough? Is it ok that the base isn't exactly parallel...