The first made Ruger-made Marlin firearm. This American made lever action rifle was manufactured with great pride and attention to detail. Ruger says you can expect the same time-honored design as the traditional 1895, combined with Ruger's trusted reputation for producing high quality, reliable firearms.
Our engineering team took the 1895 through a complete design and production review focused on achieving the highest quality, accuracy, and performance standards. The end result is a quality rifle, produced using modern manufacturing methods, that consumers will be sure to enjoy and proud to own.
Feature Highlights include:
- Ghost ring rear sight and integrated picatinny rail
- Tritium front sight
- Nickel plated bolt with spiral flutes for a classy look, smoother action
- Refined stock fit and thinner forearm; improved finish and checkering
- Threaded barrel 11 x 16 tpi with a match polished, factory installed thread protector
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Marlin 1895 rated for?
The Marlin 1895 is chambered in .45-70 Gov't and was first introduced in 1895. It's been popular among big game hunters since its inception, due to its stopping power and accuracy. Today, the Marlin 1895 continues to be a top choice for hunters who need a dependable and powerful rifles.
Is the Marlin 1895 discontinued?
No, the Marlin 1895 is not discontinued. It's one of Marlin's most popular rifles, and is still in production. It's a reliable, rugged rifle that's great for hunting or target shooting. If you're looking for a dependable lever-action rifle, the Marlin 1895 is a great option.
What ammo does the Marlin 1895 use?
The Marlin 1895 uses .45-70 Gov't ammo. This ammo was designed for the 1873 Springfield rifle and was the standard-issue ammo for the U.S. Army from 1873 to 1906. It's a powerful round that can take down big games at long distances.