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Thread: New Release - Marlin 1895 Guide Gun

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    Good evening Korth Group.

    I see the Ruger/Marlin Trappers have hit the market. Can you clarify how many have been released by Korth.

    WTS : Marlin 1895 trapper Ruger made NEW (canadiangunnutz.com)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderhog View Post
    Good evening Korth Group.

    I see the Ruger/Marlin Trappers have hit the market. Can you clarify how many have been released by Korth.

    WTS : Marlin 1895 trapper Ruger made NEW (canadiangunnutz.com)


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    Ruger is yet to ship Trapper rifles to Canada. Any for sale up here were grey-marketed by one of the usual bandits.

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    What should we expect the non bandit price to be in Canada $$ when available?

    Quote Originally Posted by Korth Group Ltd View Post
    Ruger is yet to ship Trapper rifles to Canada. Any for sale up here were grey-marketed by one of the usual bandits.

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    A beautiful rifle to be sure , but I’ve seen quite a few 45-70’s listed for sale with “less than 10…6…2…” shots fired. Seems some people are realizing that this caliber isn’t suitable to the average hunter.
    If you’re in bear country where a big grizzly is licking his chops at you then sure the more lead the more dead. But the “average” hunter seems to find that getting beat up by recoil AND ammo cost is too much to handle.
    So maybe the 35 Remington would be a happy option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korth Group Ltd View Post
    Ruger is yet to ship Trapper rifles to Canada. Any for sale up here were grey-marketed by one of the usual bandits.

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    KGL
    Thanks guys!

    I was wondering where it came from.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by toogun View Post
    A beautiful rifle to be sure , but I抳e seen quite a few 45-70抯 listed for sale with 搇ess than 1062厰 shots fired. Seems some people are realizing that this caliber isn抰 suitable to the average hunter.
    If you抮e in bear country where a big grizzly is licking his chops at you then sure the more lead the more dead. But the 揳verage hunter seems to find that getting beat up by recoil AND ammo cost is too much to handle.
    So maybe the 35 Remington would be a happy option.
    The 45-70 is not for the faint of heart. However, if your not shooting from a bench and are standing freehold, it's not that bad. Even with a heavy grain hot bear load, it's okay while standing. On the bench, she can be a Mule for sure.

    In saying this, I use to have a 35 Remington in a Marlin lever action. I sold it due to the recoil while bench shooting that one......

    As we get older, recoil becomes more noticeable. Even with my big girl panties on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigUn View Post
    What should we expect the non bandit price to be in Canada $$ when available?
    They should be $1700.00 - $1800.00. Finding one, well, that might be another story.

    Until the lever action craze subsides, prices will continue to be high.
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