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Thread: New Ruger/Marlin Stainless Laminate 30-30 SBL and Trapper Models

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    New Ruger/Marlin Stainless Laminate 30-30 SBL and Trapper Models

    Trapper Series Lever-Action Rifles (marlinfirearms.com)

    SBL Series Lever-Action Rifles (marlinfirearms.com)


    It appears Ruger/Marlin has just released their new SBL Series Model 336 in 30-30 and their new Trapper Series Model 336 in 30-30.

    How sweet is this?
    Last edited by Thunderhog; 02-06-2024 at 04:14 PM.
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    One can only dream of a 44 Magnum, 357 magnum, 45 Colt, 41 Magnum and other great calibers that may end up being a reality in these beautiful SBL and Trapper stainless versions of these lever guns.

    Yes I have the lever bug like lot's of you! LOL

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    Oh how sweet. Hopefully I can snag a 336. been waiting for this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vp6111 View Post
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    I can only assume your price guess is very close indeed.

    My prediction is:

    336 SBL 30-30 will retail for $2000.00. CDN

    336 Trapper 30-30 will retail for $1950.00. CDN

    The popularity of these new lever Marlins will again skyrocket, the huge demand will keep this retail price high unfortunately.

    The problem is I want one in every caliber!....... LOL
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    Damn that's pretty steep. Truly gone are the days where the lever was considered the working man's rifle. Yeah, yeah I get it. Production costs, mechanical complexity vs. bolties, etc. Still stings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bnk2 View Post
    Damn that's pretty steep. Truly gone are the days where the lever was considered the working man's rifle. Yeah, yeah I get it. Production costs, mechanical complexity vs. bolties, etc. Still stings.
    I agree, thank a Liberal.

    The cost to live is this once fine country is now for the rich.

    We need some changes indeed......
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    Wish it was in .44 instead of 30-30. Haven't heard good things about the new Ruger built 336. Ejection problems and poor POI with factory sights.
    On the bright side I have heard only good things about the Ruger Built SBL line of 45-70s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderhog View Post
    One can only dream of a 44 Magnum, 357 magnum, 45 Colt, 41 Magnum and other great calibers that may end up being a reality in these beautiful SBL and Trapper stainless versions of these lever guns.

    Yes I have the lever bug like lot's of you! LOL

    x2 I would like to see the SBL in 357 magnum...one can dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by TysonIsaac View Post
    Wish it was in .44 instead of 30-30. Haven't heard good things about the new Ruger built 336. Ejection problems and poor POI with factory sights.
    On the bright side I have heard only good things about the Ruger Built SBL line of 45-70s.
    My understanding is the 44 mag and 357 SBL will come to fruition.

    I'm guessing a few years though, hopefully not......
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