OK, being a long term Marlin shooter, I have a loaded question (what other kind is there), I want personal reports (not theory or I heard that...)on the newer Rem 45-70 guide guns (with plain barrel stainless or blued in 45-70). NOT the fancy ones, with loops and Picatinny, just the old style 18.5 inch blued or stainless ones. Biggest issue, any significant mechanical problems or not, and accuracy proven by groups. Please no light duty whiner (mine had a smear on the finish, or mine had a spot on a drift pin.....that kind of whining. Real, commonsense evaluations from owners, not wishers. I have four in laminates (30,35, 45-70, 38-55 (Walnut), 45-70 and 308, numerous standard 30-30's 10 to 100 years old) and others back to the 1880's, so I know Marlins, I just want someone to say, yeah I have a new one and it shot the last 500 rds great and I wouldn't give it up (because that's what I would say about any of my JM Marlins..... If not let me know your story and share it with others who are considering a Rem Marlin.