Rapid target acquisition with bright, clear sight picture (day or night);
Secondary “holdover” aim point for "on the fly" shooting at greater distances;
Flush mounted rear sight on a precision machined scope mount rail. Prior to this first-of-its-kind integrated backup sights system, virtually all gun sights designed for use as a backup to primary optical scope systems, particularly on traditional, dropped comb rifles, forces the shooter to mount the primary optical device
Like many novice riflemen, I started shooting with the goal of being a better shot. As a side branch to this, I’ve tried to find just what rifle out of all the choices would be the ‘perfect rifle’. Now to my way of thinking, a rifle should shoot well, but not just off a bench. Moving through woods, plinking, and the more active shooting sports have always captured my imagination. In this day and age, shooters have their pick of an excellent selection of bolt action and semi-a
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