Upgrading and Building a Marlin Gun At Home
Posted by Ranger Point Team on Aug 19th 2021
Sometimes customizing your Marlin just takes a little effort on your part at home. You save time and money when you’re not using a gunsmith. You enjoy the satisfaction of completing your build with your own hands.
Popular Firearm Parts
Check out these popular firearms parts Marlin owners say they love buying from us.
Marlin M-LOK Handguard | Black Anodized Aluminum Forearm Stock
Designed with hard anodized 6061 aluminum construction, the RPP handguard is supplied with purpose built mounting hardware that is significantly stronger than Marlin factory hardware. Our burly tenon is made of 17-4ph stainless, the strongest grade available. Our barrel band adapter clamps around the barrel, rather than simply using a floating pin.
Marlin Trigger | Reduce Trigger Weight, Remove Flop
This drop in universal Marlin trigger reduces trigger pull weight, removes flop. The broader, flatter trigger face and angle provide for a more natural and comfortable trigger pull.
* Does not include Wolff Marlin Reduced Hammer Spring (available at most online retailers).
Marlin Loading Gate - Flyweight Fast, Easy, Smooth
The RPP Flyweight Loading Gate greatly reduces the effort required to stoke your Marlin. It's a masterfully tuned, competition grade part right out of the gate. SASS approved.
All three of these firearms parts have complete installation instructions, and we’re here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How to do a trigger job on Marlin 336?
A trigger job on a Marlin 336 should be done by a gunsmith as it involves about an hour of filing on and replacing certain parts such as the springs and sears. Alternately, you can purchase a Ranger Point trigger which reduces the weight to 3-4 lbs. and removes the excess flop. The installation takes about 10 minutes.
How to replace a loading gate on Marlin 1895?
First, remove the old loading gate by unscrewing the two screws that hold it in place (they're located on either side of the gate). Next, take your new loading gate and line it up with the holes where the screws go. Once it's in place, screw in the new screws. That's it!
Can you build your own lever action?
There are no kits sold for building your own lever action rifle. There are a few gunsmiths out there that can customize your lever gun in various ways such as: cutting and threading the barrel, installing performance or tactical parts, or painting the rifle with Cerakote.