I've had the same experience with my 795 as well. With the scope sited in at 100 yards, the thing is a tack driver! Cheap too!Gives me more reason to buy any of the three if it happens. I already own a Marlin 795, works with pretty much every .22 LR I've run through it, and is pretty accurate for the length of the barrel.
Another "hells yeah!" moment here... wish they would set up shop somewhere mid-cities, so I can get a decent job before age takes me totally out of circulation!I'm sure if they wanted to relocate their NY facilities down to Texas, there would be all SORTS of tax breaks and incentives given. Greg Abbott would do what he could just out of spite for NY (and well, I'd have to thank him for such a gesture as a former Western NYer)
If you're thinking you could someday buy "name brand" guns at Taurus prices, that's not the typical business model.I have been hoping for this since Freedom went up for sale. Hopefully they will put out great products (like Taurus does) at a good price (like Taurus does). Instead of making you pay for names like Remington, or Bushmaster.
The 336c is on my list of rifles I lust for but have no need for. Always wanted a cowboy action rifle but have never owned one and 30.30 is a tad expensive to shoot for plinking. That rifle has a hardwood stock I think...Amen to that!! I just bought a Marlin 336C built in 1995. It was before "Remlin."