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Old March 6th, 2017, 08:12 PM   #61
 
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Mine is on order as I type.
Really looking forward to a .327mag lever.
Yes that will be a very nice lever action but Henry's aren't cheap!!! Still would like to also see this made in a Winchester Model 92 design like a Rossi or Miruko/Browning Model 92.



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I know the OP wants a semi-auto carbine in caliber's like 9mm,40 S&W, .45acp etc. But personally I would buy a nice Rossi Lever Action Carbine with a 16 inch barrel .357/.38, .44magnum/44 Spec. or .45LC. My avatar pic showing a Rossi Model 92 Big Loop carbine in .357/.38 Special. Very smooth working action & actually very accurate!!! Plus these caliber's mention are very powerful.

Did you have to work on your Rossi to smooth it out or did you buy it that way?
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Tandemkross makes the Gator Skin tube cover. Makes it much nicer to cheek. I'm doing ok with stock sights but I think I'm going to mount a dot with a quick release.

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I liked the Tandemkross version until I saw that they decided to emblazon their name across it with big letters. I got the Tacticool version instead. Their name is on it but the letters are small and just imprinted into the material.

I put a TRS25 on mine and it co-witnesses with the irons. I may take the front sight post off altogether, though.
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I liked the Tandemkross version until I saw that they decided to emblazon their name across it with big letters. I got the Tacticool version instead. Their name is on it but the letters are small and just imprinted into the material.

I put a TRS25 on mine and it co-witnesses with the irons. I may take the front sight post off altogether, though.
Mine is stealth also. Only way to go. I'm strongly thinking about the TRS25. I like cowitness.

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.38/.357, Ruger used to make a .44 mag I forget the exact name but if I remember right it looked like the 10/22. I think it was marketed for hunting, I wish they would reintroduce it.
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.38/.357, Ruger used to make a .44 mag I forget the exact name but if I remember right it looked like the 10/22. I think it was marketed for hunting, I wish they would reintroduce it.


Ruger Model 44...
Aka: Deerstalker
Aka: Deerfield Carbine

I would buy one. Especially one chambered in 38/357!
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