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Old September 30th, 2020, 11:51 PM #11
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I'm confident the Marlins will be made well like everything else Ruger. It's a shame how Remington was run into the ground. That is what happens when a company gets purchased by the wrong people.
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About time for some 2020 good news!
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Lately I've been having a hankering for a 444 Marlin rifle. Maybe I should hold off a bit and get a Ruger Marlin 444
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And here my first thoughts were about the possible return of H&R HandiRifles .
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Better than some bowling ball manufacturer buying the brand.
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Would be nice for them to buy the rights to the H&R Ultra Slug and start producing them again while they are at it!

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They did .

In fairly short order H&R was purchased by Marlin, which was in turn purchased by the then corporate parent of Remington .

Under Marlin ownership , H&R/ NEF was left to operate more or less independently . Remington decided the H&R sub- subdivision didn't fit their larger plans , and shut it down .

Oops , I should have specified H&R 1871 . The original H&R went bankrupt in the 1980's , not long after introducing the .32H&R Magnum . H&R1871 emerged afterwards with the name and intellectual property .
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No they didn't purchase H&R. Ruger only purchased Marlin, nothing else.

The other asset purchases involve: Roundhill Group LLC buying the non-Marlin firearms business for $13 million; Sierra Bullets LLC paying $30.5 million for its Barnes ammunition business; JJE Capital Holdings LLC for the DPMS, H&R, Stormlake, AAC and Parker brands; Franklin Armory Holdings LLC for the Bushmaster brand and related assets; and Sportsman's Warehouse Inc. for the Tapco brands.
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You will see more of this in the future, as gun MFGs get more pressure to not make certain models and Liberal States make things more difficult to own any gun. MD will be next to create more Liberal gun laws that do not work. Just hope that a Republican gets elected in place of Hogan. MD is NY lite and is leaning more in the NY direction of making things more difficult for responsible gun owners. You will see that MD will require a permit to buy a gun like NY and NJ as stuff rolls down hill. I hope I am wrong but MD has been infringing on our gun rights more and more.
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And here my first thoughts were about the possible return of H&R HandiRifles .
Theirs chatter elsewhere about the old H&R brands including the Garand rifles being included in a possible product line up.
Probably just wishful thinking or some sort of marketing strategy.
Who Knows.
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