While it’s not the prettiest or smoothest rifle, Marlin’s 795 semi-auto is one of the best performers at and significantly above it’s price point.
Just after the Civil War, the most advanced rifles known to man were lever action carbines with tubular magazines. These ‘cowboy guns’ ruled the West for generations, proving the go to deer gun for 150 years. And perhaps no other modern lever action rifle has stood the test of time better than the Marlin 336.
Global Digital Solutions, Inc. (GDSI), a holding company with an eye towards small arms, has filed an offer to buy the Freedom Group. But is this a real offer or just a scheme?
Global Digital Solutions, Inc. filed with the SEC an unsolicited letter of intent to acquire Remington Outdoor Company, Inc. for more than $1 billion today.
Marlin introduced a line of hunting/varmint rifles a number of years ago to take advantage of Hornady’s super hot little .17 HMR cartridge. They offer many different variants in .17 HMR in their line up of rifles. One of them is the popular Marlin 917V.
Since Remington bought up the iconic Marlin, it has been rumored that Marlin quality has faltered. Perhaps there’s truth to that, perhaps there isn’t.
With all the recent interest in takedown long guns like the Ruger 10/22 or the Chiappa Little Badger, it’s important to keep in focus that these rifles are nothing new: The AR7 has been around for over fifty years, looks almost identical to the newest survival rifle offerings and, unsurprisingly, is still going strong.
Appleseed and Marlin have teamed up to make the perfect Appleseed shoot rifle, the 796 “Liberty Training Rifle” based on the trusted Marlin 795, but with a handful of cool upgrades.
With affordable semi-autos suffering from Unicorn Syndrome, Guns.com has been getting more and more requests for looks at large caliber survival rifles that aren’t semi-automatic. Well you know what they saw about asking…
The tragic events at Sandy Hook have forced some investment companies to consider the “ethical” nature of their holdings. Cerberus Capital is selling Freedom Group, maker of Bushmaster Rifles. Will the heated gun debate doom the diverse brands of Freedom Group, or will the companies be picked up at bargain basement prices and reinvigorated?