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Old 08-10-2021, 6:48 AM
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Did anyone see the latest IG post for Marlin?


Looks like he is polishing a lever action receiver. Will be interesting to see what Ruger releases first, and most of us have high hopes for a return to quality.
Personally, I’d like to see an improved version of the 1895 with “scout-like” attributes in .350 RM, but I’d still consider one chambered in .45-70 Govt.

When they get done cleaning up the Marlin line, they can move to an improved #1.

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They should make 30-30, 35 Remington, 444 Marlin and 45-70.
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357 44mag please
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Model 39 would be very unexpected....I think I'll hope for this one.
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357 44mag please
They should add 41 mag, 45 Colt and 32-20 to list and a 32-20 Blackhawk.
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They aren’t gonna do “weird stuff” to start out, they’ll do 45-70, .30-30 and probably .44 Mag to keep with the mainstream buyers.
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They aren’t gonna do “weird stuff” to start out, they’ll do 45-70, .30-30 and probably .44 Mag to keep with the mainstream buyers.
I would switch .357 with .44. There's a lot more .357 guns out there than .44.
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I would switch .357 with .44. There's a lot more .357 guns out there than .44.
My guess is there will be more people wanting 357 than 44, another might be 45 Colt because all the cowboy shooters. I mentioned the 32-20 because I have a Marlin 32-20 that was made in the 80s never thought it as "weird stuff" though, have had more offers for it than any other rifle I own.

Mentioned the 41 mag because there probably quite a few 41 mag guys that would like a lever rifle to go with their revolvers.
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Will they be called "Ruglins"?

Maybe a takedown 1894 in 10mm?

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Maybe a takedown 1894 in 10mm?

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They'll probably make the 10mm along with the 39 .. I do like your thinking. A 10 mm lever gun would be awesome.

I think we all know it's going to be a .357 and 30-30
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Shot a 218 Bee some years back. That was a fun cartridge in a Lever.

223 is fun in a lever too.
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Has anyone read anything as to whether the new firearms will be branded as marlin, or is it possible that Ruger will be coming out with lever actions under their name?
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Has anyone read anything as to whether the new firearms will be branded as marlin, or is it possible that Ruger will be coming out with lever actions under their name?
King, I would think they will be Marlin's. I could be wrong but I think the better part of the deal between Ruger and ___________ was buying the name Marlin..

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They better have some kind of 22 lever action.
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They are unlikely to have some kind of 22 in lever action, sadly.
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They'll probably make the 10mm along with the 39 .. I do like your thinking. A 10 mm lever gun would be awesome.

I think we all know it's going to be a .357 and 30-30
If they can do 10, they can do 9.

I know I'm a crazy person, and I know that anything over 13 inches is wasted for 9 Luger, but so many people out there have a 9mm pistol and/or pcc that offering a first pistol caliber lever gun in a caliber they already have on hand could really interest some people. Plus, decent magazine size with a 16 inch barrel.
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Didn't they already announce what they were producing first? I seem to recall them saying the models they were starting with in a QnA or on a podcast or something. I know the 336 30-30 was one of them, but that's all I remember.
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Didn't they already announce what they were producing first? I seem to recall them saying the models they were starting with in a QnA or on a podcast or something. I know the 336 30-30 was one of them, but that's all I remember.
I think so, the 1894 was another one. It seems obvious that a .38/357 would be the first one made because there is such a high demand...
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I already have 357/38 and 30-30 Marlin levers but would be first in line to buy a Marlin in 38-55 or .375 Win.
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I would figure they would bring out the 1894(c) in both .357 and .44 mag from the jump.

They have a CAS market that's itching to see what Ruger will do.

I have a long barrel 1894(c) in .357 and I love the thing so much that if Ruger comes with the quality I just might talk the wife into a second with a 16" barrel just for her.
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I would figure they would bring out the 1894(c) in both .357 and .44 mag from the jump.

They have a CAS market that's itching to see what Ruger will do.

I have a long barrel 1894(c) in .357 and I love the thing so much that if Ruger comes with the quality I just might talk the wife into a second with a 16" barrel just for her.
Good call....

I always tell the wife that the new gun is for our son (19) or grandson (5) ...
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Good call....

I always tell the wife that the new gun is for our son (19) or grandson (5) ...
"I'm just taking yours today to make sure your sights didn't get bumped. Just a couple rounds."

Works with her pistols

Honestly, I do enjoy it when we get a sitter and she comes with about one time in four. And she does want a shorter lighter lever.
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Honestly, I do enjoy it when we get a sitter and she comes with about one time in four. And she does want a shorter lighter lever.
Jump on getting whatever gun she wants, RFN!
Don’t wait until Ruger releases another; in the meantime, get something fun, like a Henry single-shot. Those are plenty compact and lite, and will last. Let her know it’s an “interim” rifle, while you find her a nice lever.
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I might be the only one not excited about Ruger taking over production.

It's not that I think they will do a bad job rather, just like most of their products, they will be way over priced for the average Joe to enjoy. I see a plain Jane model starting at $1200.
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Put a bunch of rounds thru a HK 94 in the past. I'm not a 9mm fan, but that was a fun carbine to shoot!

Remember, you may not get velocity gains after 13", but it does improve the sight radius if using irons.

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If they can do 10, they can do 9.

I know I'm a crazy person, and I know that anything over 13 inches is wasted for 9 Luger, but so many people out there have a 9mm pistol and/or pcc that offering a first pistol caliber lever gun in a caliber they already have on hand could really interest some people. Plus, decent magazine size with a 16 inch barrel.
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22 caliber or 22LR?

Browning and Henry make 22 caliber, ie 223 Remington. Fun guns to shoot

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Did anyone see the latest IG post for Marlin?


Looks like he is polishing a lever action receiver. Will be interesting to see what Ruger releases first, and most of us have high hopes for a return to quality.
Personally, I’d like to see an improved version of the 1895 with “scout-like” attributes in .350 RM, but I’d still consider one chambered in .45-70 Govt.

When they get done cleaning up the Marlin line, they can move to an improved #1.
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What I hope they do in the levergun market is the same as they did in the revolver market, namely quality and toughness, like Ruger's done for decades.

As far as chambering, I think the following would be very good to start with.

.22LR
.38/357
.44 Spl/Mag
.44-40 Win
.45 Colt
.30-30 Win
.35 Rem
.45/70 Gov't

I know, there's .32-40, .38-40 (which my Dad used to shoot), and some others. That's true. But to *start* with, I think those would be the most popular chamberings. Then, branch out from there assuming the market supports it.

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I might be the only one not excited about Ruger taking over production.

It's not that I think they will do a bad job rather, just like most of their products, they will be way over priced for the average Joe to enjoy. I see a plain Jane model starting at $1200.
Ruger's been known for decades as a "workin' man's" firearm's company. Their prices have traditionally been pretty good vs., say, S&W and Colt, and their firearms are tough, durable, and accurate. Therefore, I foresee Ruger pricing the leverguns accordingly. If they get too expensive, people will just buy Miroku-made Winchesters, or Henrys, or Rossis, and so on. They know that.
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A plain Jane marlin 336 sold in the 60s would cost about $900-$1000 in today's money, real prices have actually gone down substantially. Ruger has to make a profit, but I don't think they'll want to shock the market by raising prices substantially and ceding more market share to Henry.

I wish they would make a 444 dark again, I keep staring at them on GunBroker hoping they magically go down $1000, but my guess is to keep manufacturing costs down they will limit production to 357, 44, 30-30, and 45-70 to start. Maybe 35 rem, but I'd doubt it for a couple years. Models will be plain (pistol and straight stocked), stainless with grey laminate, a cowboy model, and the darks. Those will all sell like hotcakes. There is a ton of pent up demand.

The 39a was limited to custom shop only the last few years of Remington, and prices started at like $2500ish. I doubt they can profitably make them with a MSRP under $1200 at quantity. And at that price it's hard to move units. Maybe a limited edition model every couple of years if we are lucky.

I'm considering buying a 95 when the ruglins go to market, need to figure out how to make room in the safe because my wife told me she wanted to start shooting clays today. Haven't decided the model, but I expect that everything I listed would be the minimum offering by next summer at the latest. Now.i just need to figure out what I want to let go of.
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I'd pay that little extra for a Ruglin that had good fit and finish with attention to detail. Not some thrown together that's good enough now give me your money fire arm. A 30-30 lever please.
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Instead of recommending worthless obsolete calibers, how about offering America's real caliber. 32 Long Colt.
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For those of us without IG, what was the Marlin post? B.
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It's a short video.

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So production will be in NC now? Better than NY but I feel bad for all the Ilon, NY folks.

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I want to see the 1895 cowboy with a 26" octagonal barrel. Maybe chamber it in 460 Smith and Wesson.
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I still kinda wish Ruger would do a 96/357 or 96/10mm...
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I concur that the 357 Magnum / 38 Special will be their first offering and then possibly another cartridge like 44 Magnum or 30 / 30. But the real question is are they going to offer them at a price that makes them a big hit?

I feel if they come up with new Marlins that cost anywhere above $700...
I think they won't be hot sellers like they could be if they sold for under $500.
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