Ruger’s new Marlin 1895

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67stingray
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Ruger’s new Marlin 1895

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Here's Ruger’s information page on the new Marlin, has an $1,399 MSRP.
https://www.ruger.com/news/2021-12-20.html
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Re: Ruger’s new Marlin 1895

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67stingray wrote:
Wed Dec 22, 2021 3:30 pm
Here's Ruger’s information page on the new Marlin, has an $1,399 MSRP.
https://www.ruger.com/news/2021-12-20.html
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Re: Ruger’s new Marlin 1895

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Looks like Ruger's serial numbering starts with "RM000", and of course they have a Mayodan barrel address.
The last of the Remington Marlins have MR serial numbers.
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Re: Ruger’s new Marlin 1895

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Hi Guys.

Are there any first practical experiences with the Ruger Marlins?

In Europe, some are already eagerly awaiting the new models, but first of all it's your turn and your big market to deliver.
The greater the interest in your experiences.

With Ruger, not only chapter but also a lot of know-how flowed into the Marlin company.

Best regards

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