First Look: Marlin 1895 Guide Gun
Ruger adds a beloved classic to the Marlin lever action rifle line.
This Camp 9 Ain’t Doing So Fine
By engaging in regular maintenance and periodically replacing the Marlin Camp Carbine’s buffer, owners can ensure their firearm functions optimally for decades.
Fightin' Iron: Lever Gun
At the mid-point of the 19th century, the world of firearms was changing fast. The main service rifle was still a cumbersome single-shot of .69 caliber. It worked on cap, ball and powder, delivered a massive blow and produced clouds of smoke. True, it got the job done.
First Look: Marlin Model 1895 Trapper Lever Action Rifle
The power of the .45-70 Government cartridge with the classic good looks of a lever action rifle.
New Lever Action Rifles for 2022
Once used almost exclusively by hunters and Wild West re-enactors, the lever action rifle has made a comeback as of late due to its speed and ease of operation.
The Ultimate Lever Gun Makeover
Give your lever-action a purpose-built makeover with the following products.
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.
RemArms to Begin Production March 1
Roundhill Group’s Federal Firearm License (FFL) has been approved, according to a report from a local NY news station, and as a result RemArms is scheduled begin production on March 1.
Remington Faces Uncertainty Post Bankruptcy Breakup
Bankruptcy forced the sale of what remained of Remington—once the nation’s oldest gunmaker—in September, but plans are in the works to breathe new life into the familiar brands it once owned.
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.