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Old 10-11-2013, 12:09 AM
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Uberti 45LC


A couple of 1895's


There is a Model 88


There is a Marlin levergun in 22 Mag there



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I think we found the animal's forte

Very nice collection there ^
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Exclamation Rossi 92 SS in 44 Mag

I like Stainless too.... and 44 Mag packs some punch. It's fun to watch the round go downrange with the spotting scope, it flies so slow... .

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I like Stainless too.... and 44 Mag packs some punch. It's fun to watch the round go downrange with the spotting scope, it flies so slow... .
Slow like a freight train or slow like a sledge hammer?

I used to have a Marlin 1894 in 44 mag. It kicked like a mule. My current Marlin 1894c in 357 mag is much more polite.
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I like Stainless too.... and 44 Mag packs some punch. It's fun to watch the round go downrange with the spotting scope, it flies so slow... .
what, no glasses?!
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Browning BLR in .300WSM
Vortex Diamondback 2-7x35

This is my first levergun, I can tell you right now it won't be my last.

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Rainbow Range Masters are frowning......How does Rich's ammo run through that sweet lever rifle?
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Rainbow Range Masters are frowning......How does Rich's ammo run through that sweet lever rifle?
I'm busted. The 44 Mag shoots great, but I get a little barrel whip out of the hot charge. The gun is a little wild with Mag ammo. Need to load some cooler loads.

The 44 Special is perfect shooting, I was grouping a 2-inch circle at 50 yards with iron sights.

The bad news, the shorter 44Sp double feeds a lot.

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Here is my pair of .357's..

Rossi M92 ...16" barrel and a S&W 686 no dash...circa 1983.

I slicked the action on the Carbine...installed a Gunslinger Spring Kit, trimmed the mag spring and touched up the wood... 1.75 lb. trigger pull. The Smith is stock other than I polished the stainless and re finished the grips.... SA Trigger pull is around 2-2 1/2 .

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Great photography there, I have the Rossie 44 mag in SS, along with a S&W 44 Mag 689 SS wood grips. I should do a similar photo in 44 Mag. Love the leather work. There is something exciting about shiny stainless steel on a gun. gives me wood...
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Rossi 44Mag Model 92 in Stainless...

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Here is my pair of .357's..

Rossi M92 ...16" barrel and a S&W 686 no dash...circa 1983.

I slicked the action on the Carbine...installed a Gunslinger Spring Kit, trimmed the mag spring and touched up the wood... 1.75 lb. trigger pull. The Smith is stock other than I polished the stainless and re finished the grips.... SA Trigger pull is around 2-2 1/2 .

That carbine has some of the nicest furniture I have seen on a Rossi...

Both of my Rossi's look like the butt stock and forearm were cut from different trees from different planets..

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That carbine has some of the nicest furniture I have seen on a Rossi...

Both of my Rossi's look like the butt stock and forearm were cut from different trees from different planets..
Thanks golfish....

All I did was rub on five or six coats of Tru Oil and a couple coats of Renaissance Wax....
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OK, I'll take a turn.



The bottom one is a Rossi 92 in .357M (just did a review on it in the last podcast episode). Anyone care to guess what the top one is?
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Picked up a mod.54 sears winchester it has a serial number under butte plate,of 001838. Any help would be loved
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Two of mine.

Marlin Cowboy 357 mag.




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Savage Model 99 chambered in .243

Fresh from an action job she got a new Vortex Diamondback 4-12x40 and some new Weaver rings to match today.

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Ooh these are some nice rifles. I pick up my Rossi in .45 colt on Thursday, can't wait to post some pictures of my own!

And more when I cut a new, better stock for it.
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I just picked this up today:







And I already broke it in half!

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My Marlin 1895GS I call "Chuck".

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I just love the look the shorter levers with big fat 45-70 barrels.
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My new/old Marlin 336

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The bottom one is a Rossi 92 in .357M (just did a review on it in the last podcast episode). Anyone care to guess what the top one is?
Top looks like a Ruger 96/22. A gun on my "want one" list for sure. Is it the 22lr or 22mag?
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Here is the Big Brother to my Rossi .357...

Rossi .44M and a S&W


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Top looks like a Ruger 96/22. A gun on my "want one" list for sure. Is it the 22lr or 22mag?
Pretty close; it's in the same family, a 96/44. Since I already reload .44 Spl/Mag, it made sense as a good brush-huntin' gun.

BTW, Sosoomi's Rossi/M629 combo in .44M above looks really nice.
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Marlin .357 with scope. Bought in the 1980s. Really fun and accurate.
My kids loved shooting this.

An almost new browning BL 22. Fun .22

Someone above needs to downsize some photos.



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I just love the look the shorter levers with big fat 45-70 barrels.
I am afraid I will have to agree with that.... I am thinking a 45-70 has got to be next!
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Ok, i'll play. Here's my new 2013 model year 336 in .30-30. It's wearing an XS sights lever rail that allows for a forward mounted optic.(yet to be purchased)

I did a bit of normal slicking up, but otherwise its been 100% reliable. Remington's finally got their new CNC process down, it would seem.
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Here's a scan of an old family photo. It's from my wife's side of the family. Check out all the cool levers!

Nice looking old rifles there; but, I'd wouldn't mind having that double barrel!
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The pic has written on the side 12/??. Is that 12/10 by any chance? Dec. 1910?

Oh.....and tell your wife her side of the family looks really angry. Those guys look like they are ready for a good drink.
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The pic has written on the side 12/??. Is that 12/10 by any chance? Dec. 1910?

Oh.....and tell your wife her side of the family looks really angry. Those guys look like they are ready for a good drink.
Looks like December 1900. My grandparent were from that era. I asked my grandpa why he never smiled in the old pictures. He said that smiling for photographs makes a man look silly. So I think it was a cultural thing.
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There's a Browning A5, and I think they came out shortly after 1900.

Really nice guns in this thread. I love tge Marlins, Ihave a Marlin Texan 30-30, and a 39a. I really want an 1894 .44 mag,
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Marlin 1895 CB 45/70
Marlin 1894 Cowboy Limited .357
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I just added this a few weeks ago. Uberti 1866 in 38spcl.

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