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The Firearms Blog (TFB): Review of the Ranger Point Precision Marlin 1894 M/94 Extractor Claw

The Firearms Blog (TFB): Review of the Ranger Point Precision Marlin 1894 M/94 Extractor Claw

by RPP Staff
TFB Lightning Review: Ranger Point Precision’s 1894 Extractor Claw: No Case Left Behind!Solving the failed extraction detraction:Recently, Houston, TX’s Ranger Point Precision reached out to me about a product they had been diligently developing for…
Tips for How to Hold, Aim and Shoot a Lever-action Rifle

Tips for How to Hold, Aim and Shoot a Lever-action Rifle

by Taylor Caruana
Lever guns are fast! Shooting fast impresses bystanders and can be a great skill to truly master. The Marlin rifle, despite its age, is built for speed. But how do you become quicker on a Marlin? Here's a few fast tips to increase the pace.SUPPORT…
Marlin .450 Bushmaster Deer Slayer Legal for Michigan Hunter in "Limited Firearm Deer Zone"

Marlin .450 Bushmaster Deer Slayer Legal for Michigan Hunter in "Limited Firearm Deer Zone"

by RPP Crew
If you live in Michigan, Indiana or Ohio, you're well aware of the whitetail deer hunting regulations which limit which rifle calibers you can use. A change to the 2016 law in Michigan finally allows deer hunters to use certain rifles capable of usin…
Performance Firearms and Thermodynamics. Part 2

Performance Firearms and Thermodynamics. Part 2

by Adam Devine
In Part I of this article, I talked a little bit about materials and their thermal conductivity. The gist of that first piece was to illustrate the importance of material choices in high performance machines—among which we would like to count fire…