That would be an "EXCITING" caliber in .454 Casull. Could most likely still shoot .45 Colt in it.
I have two Marlins 1894's in .357Mag /.38 Special & .44 Mag / .44 Special I would like to find a Marlin 1895 in .444 to add to the Lever gun collection. I had one but traded it off wish I kept it like most of the guns I traded off.Did y'all see that Ruger has a bid on Marlin from the Remington break up? I certainly hope Ruger can make it happen. Maybe we can get some lever guns of the quality of pre-07 Marlins.
Silencers are on the hit list along with the AR-15 Rifles soon to be Ban from ownership period.I believe that Vista had the primary bid on the Remington brand ammo. I can't imagine Vista would make it any worse than Remington did over the last decade-plus.
PSA bid on AAC. Maybe they will finally have a new silencer design at a decent price.
It was nice to see that companies were finding ways around the NFA with the braces, but it was only going to be a matter of time before they get added to the NFA list. As unconstitutional as the NFA is, at least if you have a registered SBR you have already paid the overlords their $200 and don't have to deal with all of the stupid rules or changes with braces and vertical foregrips.^^^^Good idea! The BATF-E is also looking into these short barreled guns like the Ruger Charger, where owners have attached a folding stock and calling it a "brace". I guess some think they can call a folding stock a brace and be exempt from the dang thing being a "short-barreled rifle", or an SBR. It's more a matter of semantics, or what's in a name? What some are thinking is that the BATF-E will send those owners of a "brace" set-up a bill for a $200.00 tax stamp, or show that the brace has been permanently removed from the Ruger Charger pistol.
I doubt that will happen. Magnum handgun calibers aren't all that popular right now. Even when they were, Ruger did not sell a whole lot of those carbines. I think it is much more likely that we will see the Marlin Dark line expanded with more "tactical leverguns".I wish ruger would come back with it with a carbon fiber stock with true glow adjustable sights in .357 Magnum .44 Magnum , .41 Magnum as a tribute to Elmer Keith the father of the three Cartridges
That Ruger mdl 44 Semi Auto Carbine is a smooth shooter for its stout .44 Magnum Loads. but the stock is wood a major down fall in a tactical rifle I wish they made stocks for it like they make for the 10/22 . I am thinking of selling it when it comes back from getting cerakoted . Its a highly sought after carbine rifle .I doubt that will happen. Magnum handgun calibers aren't all that popular right now. Even when they were, Ruger did not sell a whole lot of those carbines. I think it is much more likely that we will see the Marlin Dark line expanded with more "tactical leverguns".
Since the ATF is unwilling and has not yet been forced to give a clear and public outline of what they look for in approving or denying a firearms accessory, companies are forced to ask the ATF for clarity on new things such as braces. You clearly do not understand that when companies ask questions and the ATF publishes letters of guidance, those documents are what the firearms industry uses against the AFT if/when they have to go to court.Big problem is people constantly calling the ATF and asking them how this is legal until they get the answer they don't want which is the ATF re-reviewing and reclassinfing it. Gun owners are some of their own worst enemies.
Changing the classification of a firearm is way different than an accessory. The ATF can not make a shockwave an SBS. The shockwave does not fit the definition of an SBS in the NFA and GCA. Since the shockwave does not have a stock and is not "designed to be fired from the shoulder", it cannot be classified as a shotgun or short-barreled shotgun. Even if they could, if that was your dream gun why wouldn't you just save up the extra $200 and make it an SBS yourself.My dream gun now is the Mossberg shockwave but if the ATF reclassifies it as a short barrel shotgun it may be more than just a $200 tax stamp it may in fact become 'confiscation' or risk going to prison.
Glad to hear that you won't be helping the firearms community. How awesome. Cases such as DC v. Heller have used verbiage such as "Miller's holding that the sorts of weapons protected are those "in common use at the time" finds support in the historical tradition of prohibiting the carrying of dangerous and unusual weapons. Pp. 54–56. The handgun ban and the trigger-lock requirement (as applied to self-defense) violate the Second Amendment. The District's total ban on handgun possession in the home amounts to a prohibition on an entire class of "arms" that Americans overwhelmingly choose for the lawful purpose of self-defense."It's also why I will no longer buy any gun that's automatic. Don't be fooled about this current ammo shortage, this is government involvement because of the earlier riots last year. And now the Trump buffoons.
Guns are politics get use it or find another hobby. Don't worry about what the company's are doing they paid the lawyers to review it, it's the dummies looking for away around it.Well, we couldn't have a thread without someone bringing up politics.
Hahaha good reply there bro. You must think you're really clever.Guns are politics get use it or find another hobby. Don't worry about what the company's are doing they paid the lawyers to review it, it's the dummies looking for away around it.
And why do I want to spend $200 on an SBR, based on a gangster era law.
Mossberg did a great thing, it's the idiots in the gun world who may ruin it.
Know any idiots ?