Marlin Trapper Series Model 1895 with Magpul ELG Stock

Marlin Trapper Series Model 1895 with Magpul ELG Stock

Southport, CT -(FirearmsGuide.com)-  Ruger is pleased to introduce the Marlin® Trapper Series Model 1895™ equipped with Magpul ELG furniture. Stylized after Ruger’s original Trapper Series rifle, this model features the new Magpul ELG stock and forend.

Constructed of reinforced polymer, the ELG furniture is durable and impervious to even the worst weather. Designed to be functional and attractive, the stock and forend are M-LOK and QD attachment capable.

Features:

Durable Magpul ELG stock and forend are capable of mounting a wide variety of accessories and are dimensionally stable in varying weather conditions.

Stock features an ammunition quiver for storage of six additional rounds.

Three length of pull spacers (included in box) change LOP in 1/2″ increments.

Cheek riser and two spacers (included in box) increase comb height for better sight alignment with optics. Cheek riser adds 1/2″ in height and each spacer adds 1/4″.

Receiver, lever and trigger guard plate are CNC machined from 416 stainless steel forgings.

Barrel is made of 410 stainless steel and is cold hammer-forged which results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity.

Nitride finished bolt aids smooth cycling and durability.

Threaded barrel, with factory-installed thread protector, has a 11/16″-24 pattern to accommodate a muzzle brake or other barrel accessories.

Stainless steel components have a satin, non-shiny finish and the black hardware gives a distinctive appearance.

Adjustable Skinner Sights™ Picatinny-mounted peep sight is perfect for rapid target acquisition.

Five-round, tubular magazine with a loading gate located on the receiver.

Positive, push-button, cross-bolt manual safety and traditional half-cock hammer.

Reliably feeds a wide range of .45-70 Govt. factory ammunition and bullet types.

Oversized lever loop provides clearance for operation with heavy gloves.

MSRP $1,649.00

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