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Old 11-17-2012, 01:35 PM   #11
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want to pick up a lever action 22lr what do you recomend
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Old 11-17-2012, 02:12 PM   #12
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A used 9422 ?

A solid, smooth lever.
Easy Takedown.

A little odd in that:
  • Tubular mag loads undertube from front portion (behind front barrel band)
  • Lever throw is much less than the 94's

But Solid and Smooth.

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Old 11-17-2012, 03:41 PM   #13
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Well I'm going to venture to say that 9422 may be a touch out your average man's price range. I like a Marlin they seem to pretty tried and true. The Henry is a very solid rifle as well.

If you want a single shot I have a thing for those Ithaca single shot levers. I'm still unsure why I haven't picked one up at a gun show.
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9422 may be a touch out your average man's price range.
hoo-boy, I guess you are right on that. 299 mentioned by the OP, didn't find any 9422's. Guess they just keep going up in price.

As of NOW, 53 minutes on a lever for 289....
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Grab an old Marlin 39-series...any letter after the number 39 will do!!

You can find 'em in pawn shops all over the place...gun shops...yard sales...
that's the way to save money!!

All metal construction means they last forever!!
Only thing ya need to change occasionally is the wood stocks for a different look


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