The video showcases the 1895 STP Trapper and the power of the .40-70 government rounds, the gun we’re actually discussing from Marlin is it’s taller, fancier twin brother.
If you have a thing for lever-action rifles, this limited edition 1895 is a real treat. With only 1,500 being made you can count on them selling quite fast.
Each of these guns will have a twenty-four carat gold inlay in the shape of an elk on one side, and the Marlin logo on the other. The trigger is also gold plated.
If this gun catches your eye start putting money in the piggy bank; the MSRP of this beautiful piece is $1,350.
Caliber: 45/70 Gov’t. Order Online from Gallery of Guns
Capacity: 4-shot tubular magazine
Action: Lever action; side ejection; solid top receiver; deeply blued metal surfaces; hammer block safety.
Stock: American black walnut pistol grip stock with fluted comb; cut checkering; rubber rifle butt pad; tough Mar-Shield® finish; swivel studs.
Barrel: 22″ with deep-cut Ballard-type rifling (6 grooves).
Twist Rate: 1:20″ r.h.
Sights: Adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear, ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan™ hood. Solid top receiver tapped for scope mount; offset hammer spur (right or left hand) for scope use.
Overall Length: 40.5″
Weight: 7.5 lbs.