Glock "Make it Your Own (MIYO)"
We at Ranger Point Precision are excited to announce our formalized Glock special offering of performance and fit & finish modification services! It's widely accepted in the firearms community that the Glock pistol is a good choice for many shooting disciplines - be it home or personal defense, a duty gun for private security or law enforcement, or for slapping steel in competition. No matter how good any pistol may be out of the box, we feel "perfection" is a term best defin
Pushing the Limits of the Marlin 336 (or, How my .30-30 Got the AX)
I got to wondering recently. Typically, if that goes on long enough, the ol’ measuring stick comes out, then unusual credit card charges begin to appear, and before you know it, there’s a fresh pile of chips on the mill table. Sometimes a small pile of discarded parts sacrifice themselves to the cause of science. Tragic, yes, but necessary, and not without ceremony, which mostly involves uttered incantations that would prevent the offending part from having a place in heaven.
Marlin Classic Lever Action Rifle
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
Accurizing the Marlin Lever Action Rifle
A great many words have been dedicated to describing the methods of extracting maximum accuracy from a rifle, and I am not likely to break new ground here. But there is one seldom acknowledged secret that you might be surprised to learn: wearing the appropriate undergarment is critical. Which is to say, to get consistently small groups, you must consistently wear the same underwear, be they boxers or briefs, preferably without washing between shooting sessions. This is the se
Click vs. Bang: How to Diagnose a Marlin Rifle Misfire
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
The Marlin Lever Action Rifle for the 21st Century
Over 150 years, the lever action sporting 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. But we at Ranger Point Precision LLC felt like they were capable of, and deserving of, so much more. We decided to speed evolution with the Marlin LeveRecon. The Marlin 336's proven model is the obvious platform for this leap forward into the 21st century. The receiver ca