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Great video. You have to run that lever like you mean it and that pretty much takes care of it.
Whooaa….Wait a minute this is coming from the guy that does not modify is bike’s performance, no muffler swap, engine parts swap, all blacked like everyone else’s motorcycle….LOL. Seriously though, that’s a cool rifle.
That is one, damn, good looking rifle. Something about the ‘old-timer’ guns gets me excited. The cowboy gun competitions look like an awesome thing to do. The youtube cowboy gun comp videos are pretty addicting to watch.
These modernized lever guns are really exciting. You certainly get more functionality, light capability, etc. But, I also hope that it brings some of the younger gun owners into the lever gun world. Great stuff
My Marlin 45-70 had an issue with cycling rounds. Most common remedy I read was to take a screwdriver and bend the extractor out a bit. That and shoot the shit out of it. It worked mine cycles perfectly now.
What bothers me, is people bitch and moan when someone modernizes a production lever gun, but these fudds won’t say a thing when some dumbass chops up a highly collectible milsurp rifle and puts tapco furniture or some crap on it. That’s a weird safety, never heard of a safety that doesn’t block the trigger and only the hammer. Any particular reason you chose the marlin instead of Henry 45/70? Just curious.