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Old 04-08-2010, 08:09 PM   #1
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can anyone tell me were to find a list of carbine rifles such as ruger 44mag rifles that shoot pistol cartridges .i like to idea of 2 guns one shell so to speak .realy like the ruger 44 mag carbine .or do yall sugest anything else thats simular.like the 44mag in a small frame pistol

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Old 04-08-2010, 08:13 PM   #2
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Check Beretta CX4 Storm. Selection is just 9mm, .40 and .45 (that I know of)

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Marlin Model 1894 comes in many pistol cartridges, including 357 and 44 mag. I have one in .41 Mag and a Ruger Blackhawk in .41 Mag as a combo rifle/pistol. Both great firearms!

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Here ya go, Marlin Guide Gun in 45 70.



And a revolver to go with it!

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Here ya go, Marlin Guide Gun in 45 70.



And a revolver to go with it!

That's smart to pack a concealed carry backup pistol with your Marlin--ankle holster??
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I had an early Ruger .44 carbine with the tubular magazine. I kick myself on a regular basis for having sold it. Although .44 magnum ammunition is crazy expensive right now.

I also had a Marlin 94 CS in .357 and it was a hoot.

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the key is an effective pistol cartidge when used in a carbine rifle. the only practical one i can think of is the ruger 44 carbine. you can get autoloaders or revolver style pistols to match.

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This probably isn't the kind of carbine you are looking for, but i think they are pretty interesting and Ruger has a good rep. I wouldn't mind a 10-22's big brother for a fun gun. I have wondered about mags for them, but a buddy found a 30 round mag for his Ruger P95, so that should be a climbable hill.

I have not used that vendor, but i have heard a few favorable reports.
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Marlin Model 1894 comes in many pistol cartridges, including 357 and 44 mag. I have one in .41 Mag and a Ruger Blackhawk in .41 Mag as a combo rifle/pistol. Both great firearms!
Lucky dog. The 1894 in .41Mag is a rare bird.
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Marlin DID make a light carbine semi in 9mm and in 45 ACP. Neither is a giant powerhouse, but the carbine DOES extend the reach of a pistol round quite a bit.

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