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Old April 28, 2018, 11:02 AM   #38
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I will say a couple of other things. While the pistol calibers are fun to shoot, they are IMHO a little more temperamental in the reliability dept. Most of them can be tuned to work pretty slick, but I have seen and owned a few that were jammers, and I will say that the Marlin 1894 in 44 mag has been well know for developing feeding issues, and I know a lot of people that love the Rossie 92's but lots of them are rough out of the box, and give problems until slicked up. However, others will state glowing reports on them.
Are you referring to the "Marlin jam"? It is an overstated issue and easily solved. Rossi does not even fit into this conversation if we are talking high end levers.
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