Just finished ordering the Henry Model X in 44 Mag. I own two Marlin lever actions and like them a lot. Both are "JM". One is a Model 336 (30-30) that was made in 1973 and the other one is a Model 1894 in .357 Mag that was made in 1979. I have not seen a single Marlin made since Remington Outdoor Company bought them that comes remotely close to the quality.
I spent most of the day at the Collier-Mills range yesterday. Of the seven shooting tables, at most four were in use(including me) at any one time. About the same as the other times I have been there.
The range is 100 yards. No clay shooting allowed. Shotgun buckshot and slug, Muzzleloaders, rimfire(eg 22lr), and (new starting this year) centerfire up to and including .30 caliber are all good.
Be sure to have your valid hunting license with you. The game warden came by twice and checked for valid hunting licenses. (in the prior 10-15 times I have been there, never encountered that.)