Introducing the 1895 Cowboy Guide Scout. This rifle has similar spec’s to the 1895 Outback Guide Stainless Scout, but is built on the 1895CBA model (1895 Cowboy w/ 18.5″ barrel).
The Grizzly Custom 1895 Cowboy Guide Scout rifle is a full-power, stainless steel .45-70 Government rifle featuring a full-length 6-round magazine tube. The rifle is capable of firing all .45-70 loads, up to and including the devastating Garrett 540 grain Hog Stompers. The rifle features black walnut stocks with a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad to lessen felt recoil, which is contoured to facilitate easier mounting & dismounting. A set of rugged XS ghost ring sights are included for fast target acquisition, in addition to a Scout rail for optics.
The action has been completely massaged to eliminate any and all feeding or ejection issues, and to provide the smoothest operation possible. The trigger is reworked to give a clean break at approximately 3 pounds.
The sharp edges on the factory big loop lever have been dehorned for blood-free operation. The same applies to any sharp areas on the outside of the receiver as well, all dehorned and blended.
One of the weakest points of the Marlin lever action rifles is the receiver to butt stock connection, one pinch bolt at the rear of the tangs squeezing the stock. This weakness has been overcome by the installation of Grizzly’s through-bolt stock retention system, similar to that used in a Remington 870. The stock and forend are bedded to the rifle as well.
The final product is sighted-in at 50 yards prior to delivery. If optional optics are ordered, they are sighted-in as well.
The completed rifle weighs in at 7 pounds 0 ounces, has a length-of-pull of 13-1/4″, and is 36” long.