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Lever action guns of all types need love too. Browning, Winchester, Savage, Marlin, Henry, Uberti, Cimmeron, Taylors, Rossi. 22-416.. Show em off

Here鈥檚 my 1920 Savage model 1899 takedown in 303 Savage, 1922 Winchester Model 1894 in 32 Win Special and 2018 Taylors-Uberti 1873 in 357mag.
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I only have one, because they鈥檙e just cool鈥 Marlin 336 Dark. I don鈥檛 shoot her much, but she鈥檚 definitely accurate!

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I have only one, a Henry large loop lever action in .22LR.

Funny, though. I sometimes pull this out when confronted by a gun-grabber. Which one is worse?

Answer: They're all the same.

 

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I just read the Guns & Ammo magazine review of the new Ruger-Marlin 1895 stainless .45-70. I feel like I'm going to finally get a Marlin! Ruger is doing great things for the Marlin brand, like I expected they would.

I may sell my brand new, unfired Henry Big Boy Steel .44 and .357 levers to either get the new side gate versions, or buy Marlins when they are released.

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I just read the Guns & Ammo magazine review of the new Ruger-Marlin 1895 stainless .45-70. I feel like I'm going to finally get a Marlin! Ruger is doing great things for the Marlin brand, like I expected they would.
That's what I hoped would happen, and it's great to hear it's happening.
 

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My Henry .22LR is a whole bunch of fun. Been wanting a Henry lever .44mag to pair up with my .44 Redhawk real bad for a long time.
 

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My Henry .22LR is a whole bunch of fun. Been wanting a Henry lever .44mag to pair up with my .44 Redhawk real bad for a long time.
Shooting the 44mag is fun!! I was shooting at a cardboard target at 50 yards and could hear the bullets tearing through the cardboard almost like a ricochet
 
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