Timeline of the fight to defend the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (Infographic)
Timeline of the fight to defend the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (Infographic)
The shotgun that hits like a rifle: Marlin
The shotgun that hits like a rifle: Marlin's 512 Slugmaster
When the sabot slug hit the U.S. market in the late 1960s, it provided impetus for shotgun makers to design guns able to maximize the potential of these new rounds that could provide rifle-like accuracy out to a football ...
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Ultimate Marlin brush gun: The Model 62 Levermatic
Ultimate Marlin brush gun: The Model 62 Levermatic
For a brief time in the 1960s, Marlin recast its vintage cowboy action rifle line into something a little more responsive and, using state of the art chamberings, was on the cutting edge of lever gun technology. Sadly, it ...
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How short can you get? The pre-1934 Marlin SBRs
How short can you get? The pre-1934 Marlin SBRs
In the 1930s, the wise members of Congress passed legislation that established the National Firearms Act, which regulated the civilian use and ownership of all the cool guns such as those, capable of full-auto fire, cane ...
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Mount up! Saddle ring Marlin cowboy guns
Mount up! Saddle ring Marlin cowboy guns
Harkening back to the good old "hell for leather" days of the U.S. cavalry, the saddle ring attachment on Marlin lever action rifles have been around for over a century and is still available (of sorts) today. W ...
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Setting up your rifle
Setting up your rifle
Once you have your rifle and scope picked out, you have other considerations to make and other options to take when it comes to outfitting the final package. -StockIdeally, your rifle should fit you as perfectly as if it w ...
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Marlin
Marlin's Turn of the Century pump: The Model 19 shotgun
Produced for a scant two-year period, the often-overlooked Marlin Model 19 was a scattergun with class that signaled the end of 19th century thinking and stepped boldly towards a modern design that we can appreciate today ...
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The Marauder: Marlin
The Marauder: Marlin's short-barreled cowboy gun
While no one ever accused the Marlin 30 series lever action rifle of being too long in the field, the company has from time to time flirted with chopping it down even further. One of the shortest of these was the briefly ...
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The rock and roll Marlin: the M1918 BAR
The rock and roll Marlin: the M1918 BAR
Today each Army and Marine fire team contains at least one hard charger who is designated the squad automatic weapon man. This position, first conceived back in 1918, was until the disco era composed of a Joe or Leatherne ...
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Marlins on the big screen
Marlins on the big screen
When we saw that actor Chris Pratt, fresh of his movie success as Star Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy, is now rocking a Marlin 1895 SBL in .45-70 Government for his role as "Raptor Whisper" Owen Grady in the up ...
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The Gentleman
The Gentleman's Friend: Marlin's Standard Pocket Wheelgun
The Marlin Firearms Company started in New England as a maker of small, pocket-sized revolvers-- often constructed entirely by hand-- and only later moved into rifles and shotguns. One of their most iconic 19th Century d ...
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