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Old 11-09-2014, 7:14 PM
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AND NOW THE HUNT......
....for ammo....
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The lighter wood is a .357 that my wife got me for our anniversary. The other is a .45 Colt that I picked up on Sunday.
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1893 Marlin in 38-55 with an original Lyman #2 tang sight

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Okay, just joined the site, I will play......

Model 71 .348 Winchester....

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Browning Lever Action .22 right on the bottom
Nice Collection!!!
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Default My first four lever guns....

Well, I recently got bit by the Winchester bug and now have four lever guns.....These are my first. I am sure as I become more educated and discerning my future rifles will be much nicer but here is my start....

Top to bottom in photos......

Winchester model 94 carbine in .32 WS, ser. # 1,936,xxx (mfg 1952)
Winchester model 94 carbine in .30 WCF, ser.# 1,764,xxx (mfg 1950)
Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine in .30 WCF, ser. # 727,xxx (mfg 1915)
Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine in .30 WCF, ser. # 558,xxx (mfg 1912)





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Here are some of my Marlins:






1895G
336 TS
336 TK
336 LTS
1894 P
1894 CP
39 M
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Always been a fan of the old west (movies mostly) so got me these.

Yellow boy been sold; the other is with me.

Good Ol' West. by SoloDallas, on Flickr

Colt SAA & Friend. by SoloDallas, on Flickr
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Old 01-23-2015, 6:33 PM
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Winchester 1866






Hand Engraved Winchester 1894






Shiro Agawa Winchester 71






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Not sure if I posted here but...

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Better shot of my Cowboy stuff

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I picked up this Henry .44Mag Monday:


I didn't realize they were so heavy. It's almost twice as much as my Rossi.
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Yea, I know. I'll stop buying someday
Hammertime I like your style!




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Old 03-06-2015, 10:58 AM
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Pictured above from top to bottom:

1922 Winchester 1894 SRC .30WCF - 20" barrel

2014 Henry H001M .22 Magnum -18.5" barrel

1989 Marlin 1894CS357 .357 Magnum/.38 Special - 18" barrel

2014 Rossi 92 .357 Magnum/.38 Special - 16" barrel




Pictured below is a (circa late-1980's) Miroku-made-for-Browning B-92 (a Winchester Model 1892) .44 Rem Mag - 20" barrel.

(pistol is a Springfield "Loaded" parkerized, .45ACP)






Love my leverguns! They're all such great shooters... but since I've acquired the pistol calibers, I've neglected my .30-30. I'm going to spend some more time with that one even though I can't get enough of the .44.

Quality problems, EH? lol.

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ECVMatt, are those all chambered in .45? Sheesh! that's awesome.

.45-70, .45 Colt... what else?


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Been a LONG while since I've updated this thread, only a few of these are duplicates from previous posts.









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some of you guys have way too many . I think you should sell me one
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I am selling my Marlin .35 Remington, but the FFL transfer might be expensive.
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because the No. 1 always seems to be forgotten as a lever.

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Model 92 TD, Mod 94, Mod 65



Marlin .22
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Two 1969 mfg. Winchester model 94 SRC's in .44 magnum. The top rifle: NIB with complete set (warranty reg card, warranty cert., manual and hang tag) destined to be a "safe queen". Bottom rifle; mint condition no box or papers destined to be my saddle gun to accompany my S&W 629 Mountain Gun on my horseback trips into the Sierra's / Sequoia national forest.



And yet another Model 94 SRC in 30 WCF mfg in 1924. Rifle has a shotgun recoil pad on it and a home wood refinish but it was a local gun that came up for sale cheap and "who am I to turn down a cheap vintage model 94???"
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Marlin .357


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Red Ryder BB Gun is my lever gun.

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1895 45-70 (1990s)
1889 38WCF (pre-1899)
'93 38-55 (1906)
1892 .32 Long/Short Colt (pre-1899)
1897 .22 (pre-1899)
1895 40-65 (pre-1899)
Model 39 (early 1920s)
Model 62 .30 Carbine Levermatic (1960s)
Oops, missing one Marlin...Whew, found it... 1894CS .41 Mag (late 1960s)
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My 1894 chambered in .32 Spl. (Mfr. date 1927). I've had this rifle since about 1961, a hand-me-down from my father. Not in collector condition but priceless, none the less!
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A couple of different takes on a classic 45
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Looks like a good place to ask, have a '61 Marlin 336 30-30 with a straight stock, what's a fair price to ask for it?

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My Winchester 94 30-30 "antique" model I bought at a recent gun show, it's one of my most favorite rifles to shoot! (The 1911 is my brother's that he bought at the same gun show)

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Chrometip, that asking price is pretty fair, and maybe a little low. The sight is $100 or so on its own.
That would probably sell quickly on Marlin Owners, but you need 25 posts to be able to sell.
If I was looking for another zero, I'd snap that one up.
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Thank you rromeo!

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Here are a few of my lever guns. Starting at the top:
Marlin 1881 chambered in .40-60 Marlin
Marlin 1889 chambered in 44-40 WCF
Marlin 1889 chambered in 38-40 WCF
Winchester SRC chambered in 38-55 WCF
Marlin 1893 chambered in 38-55 WCF
Marlin 1895 chambered in 45-70 GOVT
Winchester 1892 chambered in 32-20 WCF
Winchester 1892 chambered in 25-20 WCF



I've got a few more I'll dig out soon...


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Marlin 1893 chambered in 38-55 WCF
Have you cast the bore to check the bore diameter? Mine is close to .380"; so I've had to ream some of the cartridge mouths, so that the oversized cast bullets fit the tight chamber when seated in the brass. Great accuracy with lighter "Cowboy" loads of the discontinued SR4759 smokeless powder. I still have 5 lbs of that.
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Have you cast the bore to check the bore diameter? Mine is close to .380"; so I've had to ream some of the cartridge mouths, so that the oversized cast bullets fit the tight chamber when seated in the brass. Great accuracy with lighter "Cowboy" loads of the discontinued SR4759 smokeless powder. I still have 5 lbs of that.
I currently have 5 chambered in 38-55, but only one I really shoot much. That one is this 1893 and I have slugged the bore to find it is .379 and in really good shape. I haven't had too many problems getting rounds to chamber, as I have a good supply of both Starline and Winchester brass and I have found some rifles prefer one or the other.

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2 Marlin 1894 in .357 (one 1894C and one 1894 cowboy) and 2 Winchester/Miroku 1892 new production rifles in .44 rem mag.
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Group photo (L-R) Win '94, Marlin 1894C, Henry H001

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Winchester 94 "circa 76" 30-30 Winchester - The only thing I've added is the Lyman No. 2 tang peep sight, not shown in the photo.

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Top and bottom are 35 Remington, middle is a 30-30.

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So far my only lever action, but definitely not my last.



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Win 95 .30-40
Win 92 .218 Bee
Win 94 .32 Spl
Win 88 .358

My Grand Mother shot this CO buck back in the late 40's with the .218 Bee.

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