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Thread: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    one deposit still left

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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    Are they in yet (pure sarcasm!)

    thanks for doing this - it’d be great to get one of the XS rail-peep sights that adorn the standard SBL rifles so that I can mount it on my trapper when I get it.
    If it cant be done with one shot, it shouldn't be done.

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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    Quote Originally Posted by Livewire322 View Post
    Are they in yet (pure sarcasm!)

    thanks for doing this - itd be great to get one of the XS rail-peep sights that adorn the standard SBL rifles so that I can mount it on my trapper when I get it.
    we should have these arriving very soon!



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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    All ten deposits are now spoken for

    If you'd like to be notified when any available 1895 Trapper rifles hit our inventory, please visit our website
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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    right on!

    One more thing - are you bringing in any brakes for these new rifles? I see Ranger Point makes some that are threaded for the Marlin 45-70 rifles.
    If it cant be done with one shot, it shouldn't be done.

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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    Quote Originally Posted by Livewire322 View Post
    right on!

    One more thing - are you bringing in any brakes for these new rifles? I see Ranger Point makes some that are threaded for the Marlin 45-70 rifles.
    At this time we don't carry a brake specific to 11/16"-24
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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    Many of these trickled in yet ?
    hunting partner looking for one for bear season, hope they are here by may.
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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    I am interested in finding one as well. I've watched a few videos on them and they sure look great.
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    Re: Marlin 1895 Trapper 45/70 - now taking deposits!

    They ARE wonderful to shoot.
    Well balanced, I use mine out to 200 yd.
    Love the deep lever, the stainless is a great option glad I went with.
    I do wish though , truthfully that mine were the Ruger version.
    It appears Ruger has done a great job. I like the subtle changes.
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