As I mentioned in a post last week, some of the most fun you can have on the shooting range is with pistol caliber carbines. And suppressors make it even more better. We’ve had requests before to show the suppressed Marlin 1894 in action, and we’re delivering today with a new Fight it with Fire Friday video.

What Do you Fight with Fire?

Are you a paper target shooter or do you get a little more creative with your range time? If you have something you think is especially deserving of playing a starring role in our Fight it with Fire Friday videos, let us know in the comments below! The Marlin 1894 (and me) is always hungry for the chance to make range time as productive and fun as possible!


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9 Responses to “Fight It With Fire Friday: Marlin 1894 vs. Soda Pop”

  1. Jon Thommarson

    Best thing I saw all day. That Marlin is pretty sweet. And also, tannerite

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  2. Adam Wyatt

    Outstanding! Well done!

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  3. Roger Hunter

    I almost got sick when you blew up the root beer. That should be a Sin! LOL. Great video!

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  4. Rob Davidson

    I think I need that App.

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  5. Reginald Zenkewich

    Can a Californian buy one and have in this state?

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    That's what I'm talking about!

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