I wish Marlin would take the 45-70 case and neck it to .35, .375 and .416 caliber. I wish they would do the same thing with the .348 Winchester case even if they had to shorten it a little. For years I have wanted a Marlin chambered for something that would hit hard and not be a .45 caliber. They seem more concerned with trying to see how flat a trajectory they can get out of new lever gun calibers. A heavy jacketed 400 grain .416 caliber bullet at 2100 to 2200 at the muzzle would suit me fine. So would a .300 grain in .375 or .250 grain in .35 caliber. I suspose I will have to hire some gun smith to do it and order heavy jacketed bullets from Hawk or Alaska Bullet Works. Am I the only one who wants something like this?