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    Agreed. Iíve the same one, although itís the Guide model w/laminated stock and hoop lever for mitten/gloves.
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    I like my Marlin ĎTrapperí, has Skinner sights... changed the front sight color from white to fluorescent orange...works better on white things in the snow...Attachment 53861

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    You mean Ruglin?
    Glad this happened. Whatever oneís thoughts on Bill Rugerís commentary re: magazine sizes, theyíd likely agree that Ruger continues to make fine firearms for decent prices.

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    Perhaps some day you Remlin lever gun guys might graduate to a real lever gun in 500 S&W instead. How about a Big Horn Armory Model 89 with 7+1 of 50 cal. Medicine. Out of a rifle the 500 S&W is quite a performer. Big Horn Armory initially tried to marry the Marlin 1895 action to the 500 S&W and found the action couldn't take the pressure so they had to build one from scratch. Attachment 54858

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    That's a fact. Ruger has long been a pretty incredible maker of guns of the neatest designs at a reasonable price. After all who else would make a miniature garand action 223 or a falling block big bore rifle still these days? I'm sure glad they bought Marlin. Hopefully Marlin's name will mean a quality build again.

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    Well friends! Survivalgear does not contain only camping gear. What is you are going down land safe on a gravel or something else and need only a srew, a peace of wire or else. Had that kind of occasion not only once. And I was happy not only having a nice camp but also could repair and fly out my cub safe
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