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Old 05-03-2013, 03:47 PM   #41
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I have an old marlin 30-30 model 36 from 1945 that is a blast to play with....
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i have a winchester 94 and a marlin 336 love them both.
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Nice.
Have three,
39A,
94,
and a Rossi .44 mag..
Down at the L G S last week,
guy behind the counter handed me an old L/A,
an Old Winchester, cal. 44/40
barrel half round,
half octagon.
don't remember the model,
do remember the price tag
$5,000.00.
Carefully handed it back.
Oh Yes,
and a Daisy Red Rider B B gun.
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:39 PM   #44
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I love lever actions but I dont own one yet. It may have to be my next purchase.
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EVERY shooter/hunter should have at least one John Wayne Assault Rifle in their circle of friends!!!
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I have 3. I have a Henry .22lr, Winchester 30-30, and a Marlin 30-30. I have a scope on the marlin but Im gonna leave the Winchester like it is.

John Wayne assault rifle. I like that. ''fill your hands, you sonofabitch.''
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Finally got the Winchester Trapper to the range. Real nice shooter! Was only able to hit the indoor range today, but next weekend I'll get it out to the outdoor range for a proper experience.

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Great looking rifle.
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Been thinking about getting one lately, to possibly start my collection of older design firearms. Can't afford to spend a whole lot at my pay grade with a squad size family have many modern weapons (back before I signed my life away to Sammy & when I use to make real money hah) any suggestions? The reason I'm asking is, I'm guessing there's something out there that I may already have ammo for & still will be an original caliber for the Henry repeaters... Or something that may shoot multiple rounds & some rather conventional then others... I guess I'm an new era firearms enthusiast don't know much about the repeaters.... I'm all open ears
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I love lever guns, but I don't have my own right now. My dad has a Winchester 30-30. I do plan on getting one when I can. If possible I'd like one in .357 Magnum. Any advice on a good quality one that'll cycle both .357 and .38 reliably?
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