In this video, WHO_TEE_WHO talks about a warrant repair that was performed on a marlin 1895 45-70. Marlin (now owned by Remington) did an amazing job, and has great customer service. Very friendly, and repaired the firearm very quickly.

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  1. Tim Parker on November 17, 2021 at 10:09 pm

    I’m starting to think my cars a lemon the radio has already broken twice for no reason

  2. Lee Watts on November 17, 2021 at 10:11 pm

    I have seen a couple of bad Marlins still in the rack at some gun shops. But that was a few years back. They should have fixed all the ones in the field and have gotten their production quality in check by now. I’ve owned or encountered at least once a flawed gun from every firearms mfg. It happens , but in every case they made it right. It ran up a yellow flag with me when you opened the box and the gun was cocked. I would have checked to make sure it was empty. My luck it would have had factory test rounds in it. lol Nice gun though, have fun with it.

  3. TN6565 on November 17, 2021 at 10:16 pm

    Why doesn’t Marlin figure out how Henry does it? And why doesn’t Henry do a side loading gate?

  4. pali-ak47 on November 17, 2021 at 10:22 pm

    Went out today shot my brand new Marlin 336ss 30-30. After shooting two rounds I had same problem you had. Took the stock apart found a piece of the wood from the stock broken off and stuck on hammer that was causing the hammer to jam. I’m going to Marlin/Remington about this and see what the deal about that is and get my warranty job done on it.

  5. Kevin Rollman on November 17, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    My daughter bought a Marlin 1895 CBA it was a 2019 model. 45-70 18.5” barrel. 6+1. The wood to metal fitting was not perfect but acceptable. The levering action was somewhat stiff but has loosened up for her through usage. One anomaly was that it is the Cowboy action model, but engraved or etched on the octagonal barrel it says: 1895 CB instead of 1895CBA. That is for sure something she can live with and a non issue as far as sending it back. The good part is the rifle functions and fires beautifully! First two shots using a sight in paper were both very near to the bullseye!! I believe you will begin to love your Marlin as my daughter does hers as soon as you start using it!! The new Marlin’s are really nice rifles and I would not buy a Henry!! Nothing personal against Henry’s now that they offer side gate loading. The power of the Marlin 1895’s in 45-70 are like nothing else! We thought the mono-flex 250 grain all copper bullets from Hornady the leverevolution rounds would be a little mellow? Boy were we wrong they kick like a mule but loving it all the while! I can’t think of any other rifle a man or woman can buy today that can better satisfy than the new Marlin 1895’s who tee who to you Sir!!

  6. Tim Parker on November 17, 2021 at 10:27 pm

    I’m starting to think my cars a lemon the radio has already broken twice for no reason

  7. Rev. MuzzleMike - K3MLN on November 17, 2021 at 10:38 pm

    Great that they fixed you up . Mine is not under warranty . They where bought back in 1970 and has not had anything go wrong . Lots of rounds has gone through my guns .

  8. rdb on November 17, 2021 at 10:44 pm

    Whoteewho, thanks for sending me to your warranty repair follow up video. For the money, seems to be a good rifle. Take care bud.

  9. Jim Dent on November 17, 2021 at 10:45 pm

    Really? Your stock is still broken. Have a look on the left side where the wood meets the receiver at the bottom just above the lever. Very noticeable at 6:30

  10. Kevin Rollman on November 17, 2021 at 10:48 pm

    Could someone tell me when shooting a 1895 Marlin in 45-70 should you grasp the forend firmly and push toward your shoulder and not hold the firing hand tight or should you hold both firing hand and forend hand both tight. I am asking because my firing hand after around 12 shots started to feel a little strain and most likely it was from holding tight and absorbing the shock from firing this is why I ask! Actually it was my wrist that started feeling a bit strained from grasping the firing hand tight. Will the rifle jump more if both aren’t held firmly? Please help me who tee who! This is in the standing position.

  11. TN6565 on November 17, 2021 at 10:49 pm

    I think Marlin has now figured it out and so has Henry. God bless the free market and competition.

  12. Martin Benton on November 17, 2021 at 10:51 pm

    I’ve had mine a year and a half. The only issue I had, it was shipped without a rear sight ramp. When I called them, they wanted me to ship it back. I told them to just send me the ramp. Nope. They wouldn’t send me one without shipping the gun back. I had to oder the ramp from them and shipping all totaled around $20.

  13. Pelham’s Aquatics on November 17, 2021 at 10:55 pm

    Did Marlin pay for shipping both ways?

  14. ggcuervo on November 17, 2021 at 10:57 pm

    Now that Ruger owns Marlin I think the quality will be much better.

  15. Chuck Jenkins on November 17, 2021 at 11:02 pm

    Just broke out both my Marlins, love the 336. Glad they took care of the problem for you!! Thanks WTW!!

  16. Robert Wies on November 17, 2021 at 11:03 pm

    Where did you get that retro Mobridge, South Dakota hat. They have great walleye fishing there.