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Old 07-03-2014, 6:14 AM
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Here is my Marlin 336 30-30. Action is silk on this one! Warning the picture is graphic. She was shot at 250 yards

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Old 07-05-2014, 2:47 AM
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1953 '94 .32 Win Spcl. Factory nickel barrel bands.

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Rossi 92 .357
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I just picked up my Browning 1886 in 45-70 today

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I'm picking up my second lever gun this morning, made a trade for a 90's era American made 94AE in 3030. Thank goodness for that, the .300wsm in my blr is a freaking nightmare to shoot from the bench, hahaha
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Ahh, lever guns. Called by some the original assault rifles:


From the top:
Browning 22
Henry 22
Browning 22
Henry 22
Rossi 357/38
Browning 223
Rossi 357/38
Mossberg 30-30

And camera shy for the group photo (getting repaired at Mossberg!)

Mossberg 30-30
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Old 07-23-2014, 9:20 PM
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Japanese Winchester 1892 by Miroku, 20-inch round barrel .44 mag.







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For you guys with the side loaders, how do you deal with mashing your thumb to load the round? I just recently got an m94 and it sucks loading a round in it.
I felt the same at first. I just got used to it. Just like loading Garand clips, you really have to shove it in like a real man.lol.
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Not a centerfire but today I brought home a Henry H001 to add to my humble herd of levers.

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Grizzly Customs Marlin 1894 44 Magnum

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Belgium BLR .308 / Win 88 .308 / Win 94 30-30 / Marlin 336 30-30
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also have the matching model 100 for that 88


and this pair for the kids.. notice the serial numbers
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Old 08-30-2014, 6:34 AM
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and this pair for the kids.. notice the serial numbers
I saw you post that before. It was very cool of Henry to put your kid's initials and birth dates on those levers!
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I saw you post that before. It was very cool of Henry to put your kid's initials and birth dates on those levers!
Sportsmans Outdoor Superstore was just having a promotion (I think it ends today, and their site seems down at the momentExtended until 9/14) where you could..."Create Your Own Henry Rifle Heirloom". Had a large selection of Henry models where you could choose your own SN, and they said that the rifles would ship in early December.

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Ordered this yesterday. Should be here in 8 to 10 months. It will be the perfect compliment to my Smitty 6.5" 5 Hundo

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Welcome to the Legion of Lever Lovers, Papa99!
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So many very beautiful rifles out there. Makes me drool like a real life Homer Simpson. I have a Henry 22lr, and a pre-64 Winchester Model 94 in 30-30, but I just bought one from a gun dealer in Pennsylvania. That one is a Winchester Model 1886 in 45-70. It is BNIB and made in Japan of course. But I am really looking forward to adding it to my collection. As soon as I get it in my hands I will update this post with the proper pictures.
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AND just put a Henry Mare's Leg .357 in jail :-D
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dude this thread is awesome.

except for the one with the m4 stock and rails get that out of here
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Is that a Rossi 44 SS?
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I have a few but this is my baby!


Next time you see it, it will sport a full quad rail, a laser and forward grip. I'm gonna finish off in black and fde cerakote. Yes I'm kiddin.
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My pig gun in 45/70


I already cut off the extra leather tassels
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I felt the same at first. I just got used to it. Just like loading Garand clips, you really have to shove it in like a real man.lol.
Glue stick (for a glue gun) or short 5-6" dowel. It's kind of like a speed-loader for m94's. A lot of guys use them at the Cowboy Silhouette matches, where you need to load 5 rounds and be ready in 30 seconds.
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1951 manufacture Winchester mod. 94 in 30-30.

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That '51 is a beauty! Is that the original finish?
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That '51 is a beauty! Is that the original finish?
I am told by the owner I bought it from that it is original blued finish but a little water damage to the stock...I think it gives the gun a little character... anyway its my first Mod. 94. It took me a long time to get around to get one.
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I just picked this up today:







And I already broke it in half!

Is that the 16" or 20" barrel?

I've been trying to find one but cant locate one anywhere.

The website isn't much help either, and is confusing my FFLs.
http://www.chiappafirearms.com/product/2451

Both 357 Mag lever guns (Rifle and Carbine) show the same barrel length of 20", OAL of 38", and the same weight.

Would love to get the 16" version of this take down.

Can you confirm your barrel length and reference #? I suspect the 16" is 920-133
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Is that the 16" or 20" barrel?

I've been trying to find one but cant locate one anywhere.

The website isn't much help either, and is confusing my FFLs.
http://www.chiappafirearms.com/product/2451

Both 357 Mag lever guns (Rifle and Carbine) show the same barrel length of 20", OAL of 38", and the same weight.

Would love to get the 16" version of this take down.

Can you confirm your barrel length and reference #? I suspect the 16" is 920-133

Mine is a 16 inch barrel chambered in .357 magnum. It can also fire .38 special rounds.

Check out Taylor's & CO.'s website for more specs: http://www.taylorsfirearms.com/taylo...al-rifles.html

For dealer locations: http://www.taylorsfirearms.com/taylors-dealers.html/

If you are near the Burbank/Glendale area check out American Gun works: http://americangunworks.net

That's where I got mine. Be prepared for to wait if you are looking for .357 or .44. I think they might have .45 Long Colt in stock?

Hope this helps! Post a pic if you happen to get one!

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That does help, it was much appreciated.
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JM Stamped Marlin 336 XLR 30-30


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here's my henry big boy in 45LC i picked up last year, such a sweet shooting rifle...


since i just picked up a .357MAG revolver, i figured i might as well get a lever rifle to go with it. picked up this rossi r92 24" stainless beauty...
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My winchester model 94 30-30. It's seen some better days, but my father used it as a truck gun.
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I'll get a better pic of it later. My 1958 M94 in 30-30 (2nd from left if, for some reason, you can't tell).

In order of appearance from left to right)

2013 Mini-14 Series 562, 1958 M94, 1961 M70 FW in 30-06, JC Higgins Model 20 in 12GA (year unknown but likely mid-late 50s).

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Marlin and Levers.

Browning .22 lever

Marlin 7000

Marlin 9MM Camp Carbine. Like new

Marlin 1894 .357. (1989)

Marlin 336W. 30-30 (2009 JM barrel)

Marlin 336Y 30-30 bought last 2 weeks from Buds. Quality is good.


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