We're excited to announce that our Marlin 1894 big loop levers are available now in our online store. Next up, we’re in production of our Marlin 1895 Straight Stock levers (available mid-to-late July 2015) and our Marlin Pistol Grip Levers for 08MX, 336, 336W, 336Y, 338MX, 444, 1895 (available August 2015). The Ranger Point Precision Marlin big loop lever - or as some have called it the "medium loop lever” - was designed to put functionality first, with a strong secondary emp
Over 150 years, the lever action rifle has held a well earned place in the hearts and hands of American hunters. We've always loved their superb handling, traditional beauty, and rapid rate of fire. We cherish our Marlin lever actions because they feel right, look right, and shoot right. We enjoy their classic lines and superb handling almost as much as we enjoy hunting with them. But, dare we say it, there is something beyond just right. There is better than factory, and tha
We're excited to introduce the Ranger Point Precision Marlin big loop lever - or as some have called it the "medium loop lever." It was designed to put functionality first, with a strong secondary emphasis on style. We felt that current offerings placed far more emphasis on style without addressing practical concerns.
The Marlin Big Loop Lever is precision CNC machined in chro-moly steel, and mil-spec coated in KG Gun Kote for superior wear and corrosion resistance. And it
Marlins may be a perfect expression of the lever action rifle, but like any other machines made by man, they are subject to imperfection. Failures can originate at the factory--which used to happen with much less frequency--or as the result of wear, or in some cases, as a direct consequence of poorly informed tinkering. I have occasionally come across a Marlin rifle that just goes “click” when I pull the trigger on a loaded round. I gather from forum threads online that other