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

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    At these prices they should stick those in their b*tts...
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownthunder View Post
    those are sexy, but i'm holding out for the new dark series. any date on those by chance?
    Was looking on Ruger's web page at the dark 45-70 and planned 30-30, 44 mag. The later two are slated for mid 2024 production, so 2025 before we see one in Canada is about right.

    Still nothing on their site about the Supreme. That is one I want a closer look at, and the 44 dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 212driller View Post
    The stainless 336 trapper would be awesome but 2k is so much money. I remember the stainless gsr was like 1200 when it first came out now 1900 bucks. Inflation has been absolutely ludicrous.
    Inflation is out of control, no question, thank a Liberal......

    In saying that, these guns are absolutely beautiful. I'm hoping for a 45 Colt and 41 magnum, I know these calibers are a few years out, but they will come eventually......
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    Wake me up in 10 years when a handful of SBL 45-70s actually make it to Canada for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEDGE2.0 View Post
    Wake me up in 10 years when a handful of SBL 45-70s actually make it to Canada for sale
    The only government I trust is 45-70 Government!

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    Waiting with keen anticipation for a stainless laminate 1895 in 444 Marlin. A trapper length 16.25" barrel would be an awesome thing.

    I'm not sure why more trapper length barrel models are not available? They seem to be in great demand and are snapped up when available!.......
    The only government I trust is 45-70 Government!

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    When i got tired of waiting for my 1895 sbl, i imported one from the states.

    It was easy, relatively quick, and in the end cost me about $400 extra.

    I give all the details in this thread
    https://www.canadiangunnutz.com/foru...arlin-1895-SBL

    I'm not the kind of guy who has $400 extra sitting around. $400 is a major expense for me. But every time i shoot my marlin i feel like it was fully worth it. I don't miss that money in the slightest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callee View Post
    When i got tired of waiting for my 1895 sbl, i imported one from the states.

    It was easy, relatively quick, and in the end cost me about $400 extra.

    I give all the details in this thread
    https://www.canadiangunnutz.com/foru...arlin-1895-SBL

    I'm not the kind of guy who has $400 extra sitting around. $400 is a major expense for me. But every time i shoot my marlin i feel like it was fully worth it. I don't miss that money in the slightest.
    Thanks for the link Callee on your journey to get your 1895 SBL, a gorgeous rifle indeed!

    I wonder if IRG's would have been less money? Nowadays, who knows?

    A great story, I like your wife already, mine is very similar, an anniversary gun is very cool..........
    The only government I trust is 45-70 Government!

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    They literally had ONE JOB! Get rid of the cross bolt safety. The price might have almost been justifiable if they had done that.
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    And the people who own and shoot them just chuckle at those statements."

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    2k plus tax for a 30/30 with a cross bolt safty, u can keep em at that price..i thought Chiappa's were steep but there cheeper and no cross bolt safty, hell they got no safty at all the way a lever was ment to be built.

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