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Ruger Set to Bring Back Marlin Lever-Action Rifles

Comments made by Ruger President and CEO Christopher J. Killoy during the company’s Feb. 18 quarterly earnings conference call provide detail on the much-anticipated relaunch of Marlin Firearms, and the challenges his company faces during the transition.

Are Lever-Actions a Good Choice for Home Defense?

While lever-action shotguns are pretty rare, they are nonetheless worth investigating as a home-defense tool.

Review: Federal .357 Magnum HammerDown Ammunition

Just because your pistol and carbine are chambered in the same caliber doesn’t mean they make the most of the same ammunition.

Is This The Ultimate Lever Gun for Self Defense?

Richard Mann modifies his Marlin 1894 CSBL for personal protection. The question remains: Is this the ultimate lever gun for self defense?

Review: Marlin Model 1894 Dark

Marlin’s new tactical lever-action rifle works in multiple settings and may just have you turn back the clock on your defensive carbine.

Marlin Celebrates its Sesquicentennial

Marlin Firearms Company got its start in 1870, when founder John Marlin opened his facility in New Haven, CT.

Other Great Rifles New for 2020

While the standard AR-15-style rifle is still extremely popular, variations of it like pistol-caliber carbines as well as completely different styles are gaining ground.

Range Review: Henry .45-70 Lever Action

Henry Repeating Arms' .45-70 now joins three other side-gate rifles in .38-55, .30-30 and .35 Remington calibers.

John Browning's Firearm Designs: Still In Service Today

If you own a firearm, chances are you have John Moses Browning to thank for some part of that gun. Maybe even the whole thing.

Review: Leupold Freedom RDS

On the affordable end of the red-dot sight market, Leupold's Freedom RDS packs a number of cutting-edge features into a well-priced package. Check out our experience with it here.

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