Marlin Guide Gun | Marlin Guide Gun 45-70 | Marlin Guide Gun For Sale
Marlin Guide Gun. This model, which was formerly known as a “1895 GBL” (Guide Big Loop), is Ruger’s first return to the Guide Gun rifle line as well as the company’s first introduction of an alloy steel Marlin rifle with a blued finish.
Tight tolerances are produced by improved production techniques, producing a sturdy, attractive rifle. A high-quality product is the result of multi-layered quality control processes, including daily function and accuracy audits and multiple inspections.
Durable, laminate buttstock and forend with sharp checkering remain dimensionally stable in varying weather conditions.
11/16″-24 threaded barrel is made of alloy steel and is cold hammer-forged which results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity.
Glass bead-blasted components for a satin finish.
Adjustable semi-buckhorn sights are great for quick target acquisition.
Oversized lever loop provides clearance for operation with heavy gloves.
Polished bolt aids smooth cycling.
Marlin 1895 Guide Gun DETAILS
Caliber: 45-70 Govt
Stock: Brown Laminate
Material: Alloy Steel
Finish: Satin Blued
Front Sight: Brass Bead with Hood
Rear Sight: Semi-Buckhorn
Weight: 7.4 lb.
Overall Length: 37.25″
Length of Pull: 13.38″
Barrel Length: 19.10″
Thread Pattern: 11/16″-24
Thread Cap: Match-Polished
Barrel: Cold Hammer-Forged Alloy Steel
Twist: 1:20″ RH
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