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  • leVieux

    Old Guy "Lost my guns in move to nursing home."
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    Mar 28, 2013
    Saint Martinville, LA
    Indeed, there are several valid reasons to continue ‘’lever-action’’ guns. Some are commonality w/ pistol calibers, ease of carry & storage, & American tradition.


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    Dec 3, 2015
    North of Kaufman
    Normally Ruger firearms sell for around 70% of MSRP.

    That would put the street around $870, but we won't see that price till things settle down.

    I know lots of people want Ruger to bring back the 39A. But how many of those people are actually willing to lay down ~$900 for one.

    Lever guns have never been inexpensive to produce.

    The last Marlin produced guns was back in 2007 and I think a lot of people are still remembering the prices at that time.

    Suggested retail for the 1895 SBL is $1479 but they are consistently selling for over that.

    Ruger is being smart and not flooding the market with them. Let them trickle out and sell, instead of flooding the market and having them sit around.
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