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Old 10-26-2018, 1:08 PM
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This guy runs his PCC lever gun pretty well:

Good read on lever gun for HD:

https://homeguntraining.wordpress.co...-action-rifle/



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This is the OP. Thanks for all the replies, folks. I read most of them, including reading the linked articles and watching the linked videos. The intense discussion of shotgun loads was a bit out of my area of interest, but that's okay. It sounds to me like quite a few people think a lever action gun is a fairly reasonable choice for a home defense gun, though many prefer a shotgun or a semi-auto rifle. I'm still considering either a lever carbine or the Mini 14. I just can't seem to get interested in shotguns, even though they are top choice home defense guns. And I don't see myself becoming interested in featureless ARs, either.

I like guns with wooden, hunting style stocks, generally. Here is a video about some prototype "tactical" Henry rifles that some of you may not have seen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdHgXw2leOc
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This is the OP. Thanks for all the replies, folks. I read most of them, including reading the linked articles and watching the linked videos. The intense discussion of shotgun loads was a bit out of my area of interest, but that's okay. It sounds to me like quite a few people think a lever action gun is a fairly reasonable choice for a home defense gun, though many prefer a shotgun or a semi-auto rifle. I'm still considering either a lever carbine or the Mini 14. I just can't seem to get interested in shotguns, even though they are top choice home defense guns. And I don't see myself becoming interested in featureless ARs, either.

I like guns with wooden, hunting style stocks, generally. Here is a video about some prototype "tactical" Henry rifles that some of you may not have seen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdHgXw2leOc
Wow! This thread went for a ride huh?! If the lever is where you are comfortable for HD then the lever is what you should have. I think by now all of us know all of the pros and cons to the various platforms for HD.

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OP, have you considered the Ruger PCC9 it's a nice carbine and will keep you in the same caliber.
It's a fun little gun and pretty accurate out to 100 yards.
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OP, have you considered the Ruger PCC9 it's a nice carbine and will keep you in the same caliber.
It's a fun little gun and pretty accurate out to 100 yards.
That's a good suggestion, golfish. Yes, I have considered the Ruger PC Carbine. I lost interest after someone let me shoot theirs. It functions well, but that thing is heavy. I don't think the bulk, length and weight of the PC Carbine is worth it, considering that I already have a CZ SP-01 9mm handgun. I don't own any pre-ban magazines, so the PC Carbine doesn't hold any more rounds than my handgun. With a 20 or 30 round magazine, the 9mm carbine would be a serious upgrade from the handgun. But since I am only allowed ten rounds in a magazine, I think a more powerful cartridge is the way to go in a long gun.

IMHO the PC Carbine is also ugly. But I might buy one someday if they make a nice wooden stock for it, especially if I move to Oregon where I'd be allowed full capacity magazines.
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Yes!



When you absolutely have to penetrate from one end of the house to the other end, and the house after.

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.... I think a more powerful cartridge is the way to go in a long gun.
Well the 9mm *IS* a lot more powerful cartridge when you shoot it from a carbine. Just saying.
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I have the Ruger PCC. It is a well engineered piece. More recoil than expected because the blowback bolt is heavy. Very reliable. But I agree it looks "different". Some won't like that.
It is nice to plink with a rifle that takes the same ammo as my regular range pistols. Reloading extra 9mm rounds is easier than setting up for a rifle caliber.
It comes with a rail, so it is red dot ready.
Semi auto or lever? As they say, "Why not both?" :-)
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My co worker's wife shot and killed an intruder entering her bedroom with pre 64 model 94 30 30. It traumatized her so much she rejected guns in the house afterwards. Go figure.
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This is the OP. Thanks for all the replies, folks. I read most of them, including reading the linked articles and watching the linked videos. The intense discussion of shotgun loads was a bit out of my area of interest, but that's okay. It sounds to me like quite a few people think a lever action gun is a fairly reasonable choice for a home defense gun, though many prefer a shotgun or a semi-auto rifle. I'm still considering either a lever carbine or the Mini 14. I just can't seem to get interested in shotguns, even though they are top choice home defense guns. And I don't see myself becoming interested in featureless ARs, either.

I like guns with wooden, hunting style stocks, generally. Here is a video about some prototype "tactical" Henry rifles that some of you may not have seen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdHgXw2leOc
I agree with you in liking more traditional style weapons. I have plenty of "black rifles" but I am finding more and more that they are sitting in the safe and other more traditional pieces are coming out to play.

In my bedroom I have two long guns and three handguns. The handguns are the three that are on my CCW. One long gun is a Remington 870 12ga with a 19" barrel and a light mounted on it. (I will not fuel the fire by talking about what I keep it loaded with) My second long gun is a 100 year old Marlin 1893 saddle ring carbine in .30-30. I live in the country and it is conceivable that I may have a situation where I want something other than a shotgun. I used to keep an AR or an AK in my room but rotated it out after the new AW ban. Another thing I like about the old lever action... now lawyer is going to be able to use an evil assault weapon argument against a lever gun with traditional soft point bullets in it.
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My co worker's wife shot and killed an intruder entering her bedroom with pre 64 model 94 30 30. It traumatized her so much she rejected guns in the house afterwards. Go figure.
Touching off a 30-30 in a bedroom would traumatize one's hearing!
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Touching off a 30-30 in a bedroom would traumatize one's hearing!
Probably did but under the circumstances it was the least of her worries. Home defense lever action.. viable. She never wanted any more guns in the house even though a lever action saved her life.
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I doubt that anyone who saw a lever gun pointed at them would react less seriously than any other weapon, hopefully they yelp and run away. Even better is for nothing to ever happen. Lastly, having to shoot someone, if your practiced and comfortable with a weapon and have subconscious competence that’s what you’d want to be using so as not to lose the fight. A model 94 30-30 is high on the list because so many are comfortable with them.
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Any gun is better than no gun and a lever will serve you well.
Yep. A whole lot of homes were defended for a whole lot of years with lever guns and single action revolvers. If it's what you like and are comfortable with, it'll do just fine.

Plus, if you change your mind later, good excuse to buy another.
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Probably did but under the circumstances it was the least of her worries. Home defense lever action.. viable. She never wanted any more guns in the house even though a lever action saved her life.
Taking a life is a hell of a thing, even if the life was of one prepared to do her harm.
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I have quite a few Lever Guns, but it would not be my first choice to grab out of the pile if I needed to. But will do the job well I am sure as long as you do your part well.

As far as "feeling bad" like the Lady did. No way in hell am I going to "feel" bad taking out a dirtbag intent of harming, robbing or killing me or my Family.

Now, I would not like it so well if I did not do my job well, and the scumbag lived to try again somewhere else. If he survived and did it later to someone else, then I would "feel" bad for failing to take his life...
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As far as "feeling bad" like the Lady did. No way in hell am I going to "feel" bad taking out a dirtbag intent of harming, robbing or killing me or my Family.

Now, I would not like it so well if I did not do my job well, and the scumbag lived to try again somewhere else. If he survived and did it later to someone else, then I would "feel" bad for failing to take his life...
Have you ever taken a life? If not then you have no idea how you would feel about it.

Taking it a step further, attitude portrayed in the second part of your statement (and portrayed by many here) is a little disturbing. It is not our job to be executioner. Our job is to protect our lives and the lives of those in our care. If that means taking a life then so be it but that should never be the goal. The only goal should be to stopping the threat. Otherwise standard protocol should be to put a cleanup shot in the head of anyone you shoot when they are laying on the ground... that is not a place I want to go.
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Have you ever taken a life? If not then you have no idea how you would feel about it.
Yes, I was eleven. It was a Wednesday night, I’d just gotten home from Little League Football practice and my family was still at church. He was a 19 yr old heroin addict and was shot with an unsporterized military surplus Lee Enfield .303.

It affected me deeply, my mother said I didn’t start coming out of my shell until I was in my early twenties. I’m 59 now. I’ve had nightmares continually since that evening. Circumstances change somewhat but the final act of the dream is always the same, my life is threatened, I pull the trigger and the gun doesn’t fire. I’ve had horrible insomnia since 1970. What many don’t think about is the unwanted attention you receive from people that think it’s cool and ask you to relive the experience over and over. If you pulled the trigger it isn’t cool.

It’s impossible for me to define or explain my feelings. It isn’t guilt, I know it was justified, but the feeling is not good. Sunday night fairly late I was walking out of a restaurant and saw three guys beating up another guy. It brought the night in 1970 back and I was terrorized for a few minutes. Every time I see violence or sense the threat of violence this happens. It hasn’t happened often but when it has I need to be by myself for a while. The VERY few times I’ve felt physically threatened since the incident my reaction was violent and I’ve been told breathtakingly fast. In some circumstances that’s good, others not so good.

So for those who haven’t had the experience, I agree there is no way of knowing what you will feel if it does happen, and you definitely won’t feel good if it does.

On the subject at hand I didn’t own a handgun until 11 years ago and bought one strictly to carry in my vehicle. I’ve since bought one for my house. It’s there if I need it but I feel more comfortable with a shotgun. I do have a 30-30 and believe lever guns are totally fine for HD. If that’s all I had or felt comfortable with I wouldn’t feel at a disadvantage.
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Horrendo, thanks for sharing. I think you put a realistic touch on the subject.
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Indeed, thanks for that Horrendo! Our conscious mind can KNOW one thing, yet our unconscious experiences an other. And there’s nothing one can do about it. Reality check for sure
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Ranger 295 and Horrendo, thank you for your thoughtful responses. It is important to remember the mindset that we should be ready to act, but hope to never have to. And if we do, it is not a happy thing.

I really appreciated that emphasis at the Front Sight training I attended, and it continues in their videos and emails, that they are helping you prepare for something that you hope never happens, not training people to be trigger happy yahoos.
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How does one become a trigger happy yahoo?
Are there lots of uninvited guests rummaging around your house?
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I have a Marlin 1894 CB 16" bbl .45 Colt

It's loaded with 300 gr lead long flat nose bullets
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Are there lots of uninvited guests rummaging around your house?
Haha. I guess I got off the topic a bit in my mind, thanks for noticing my mistake - that was more in reference to being put in public, and always trying to deescalate and leave a situation without violence first, and having use of force as a last resort.

If an intruder is in your home, that is a different situation.
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This thread started out as a home defense thread and quickly turned into a FBI SWAT team military needs thread.
Nothing unusual about that on CalGuns.
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SERIOUSLY,


It's a lot easier to patch a few pistol or rifle holes in the wall then to repair the damage done by that 12 gauge, especially if you are rocking defense loads.

Only reason I could ever understand for using a 12 gauge for SD is for someone who for whatever reason can't aim.

If a bad guy has a gun or knife to my family member throat, please don't come to the fight only armed with a shotgun.
I keep slugs in my sidesaddle. If the job called for 1 really big hole instead of 9 smaller ones, I could rack the 00-buck shell out of the chamber and toss in a slug. Or just fuggetaboutit and grab my pistol or AR instead.

Back on point to the OP, no I wouldn't use a lever rifle for HD, unless it was the only thing I had. Semiauto is really the only thing I personally have assigned for HD duty, I want to be able to pull the trigger as many times as I need to, as fast as I can, until the threat is over, without having to fumble with anything between shots. What if I need to keep a hand free for something? Even my shotgun is semiauto, for this reason. "2 to the chest and 1 to the head" with 12ga 00-buck shells should stop the bad guy pretty quick. Might have some serious drywall patching to do afterwards though. I worry that if my gun was a manually-operated action, I might only get one shot and it might not stop the guy.
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Did you mention they don't make good benchrest guns?
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This thread started out as a home defense thread and quickly turned into a FBI SWAT team military needs thread.
Nothing unusual about that on CalGuns.
You and your silly shotgun advice is what derailed it. Grade A trolling.
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Nothing unusual about that on CalGuns.
No. This thread started as LEVER ACTION as primary HD gun. It was doing quite well until your retarded bird shot for HD post.
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Coming from two guys who most likely don't own any guns and have no experience at all I expect your complete lack of knowledge on the subject. Now I will guess your ages as 15 and 17?
Shotgun is the perfect home defense gun your just too young and ignorant to know that but as you age you will hopefully become smarter. Fingers crossed for both of you. And yes I have read your previous posts just to check your knowledge base.
You are embarrassing your parents!!!
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No. This thread started as LEVER ACTION as primary HD gun. It was doing quite well until your retarded bird shot for HD post.
He wasn't the first to talk shotguns in this thread or things other than lever actions, but he is right about it being home defense and not swat commando needs thread.
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He wasn't the first to talk shotguns in this thread or things other than lever actions, but he is right about it being home defense and not swat commando needs thread.
The criteria wasn't that he was the first, but rather about the specific quality of certain posts, like..

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The reason I say that is some here might have military experience far more vast than yours. They might have been issued a trench gun and they might have been issued birdshot to go with it. Trench warfare is generally at longer distances than home defense but of course your hundreds of experts witnesses already told you that right?
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I took that as sarcasm. As in military experience means about as much to HD as trap shooting does unless you used birdshot while in the military. That is probably why he went on to explain trench warfare is fought at longer distances than HD distances.
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I took that as sarcasm. As in military experience means about as much to HD as trap shooting does unless you used birdshot while in the military. That is probably why he went on to explain trench warfare is fought at longer distances than HD distances.
I took it as weasel words, since Lynn had prior tried to assert his awesomeness as a clay shooter, but actually appears to have had no actual experience in shooting for blood.

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I took it as weasel words, since Lynn had prior tried to assert his awesomeness as a clay shooter, but actually appears to have had no actual experience in shooting for blood.

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The experience I seen was a picture of being shot at greater than HD distance.

Unless while in the military you shot someone or were shot with birdshot, how does that give you greater experience than clay shooter who has been shot with birdshot?
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The experience I seen was a picture of being shot at greater than HD distance.

Unless while in the military you shot someone or were shot with birdshot, how does that give you greater experience than clay shooter who has been shot?
? That's a fun one to unpack.

Does the military use birdshot in shotguns for antipersonnel? If not...

Does being a clay shooter make one an expert on shotguns in HD or combat? If not...

Does being accidentally shot with birdshot make one an expert on shotguns in HD or combat? If not...

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? That's a fun one to unpack.

Does the military use birdshot in shotguns for antipersonnel? If not...

Does being a clay shooter make one an expert on shotguns in HD or combat? If not...

Does being accidentally shot with birdshot make one an expert on shotguns in HD or combat? If not...

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Military doesn't use birdshot and the response to sarcastic post proved it.

Being in the military with combat duty or a clay shooter with lots of trophies doesn't make you an expert on birdshot for HD. Being accidently shot with birdshot doesn't make you an expert, but it does give you more experience than either even if you have been neither.

Bragging about military experience means about as much as bragging about clay shooting trophies in use of birdshot for HD.
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