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Old April 18th, 2016, 12:28 AM   #1
 
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Lever action wish list

Ok guys just thinking here hey I love lever action rifles have some from .22LR up to .357. All very nice rifles the larger bore lever actions are great as well. My personal use with power a 30-30 will serve my needs. Most of my shooting now is .357 or .22LR. But now with a some what shaky start and now a come back. The .327 Federal Magnum to me would really be a neat caliber in a Lever Action Rifle. So my wish list lever action rifle here would be in any of these rifles in .327 Federal Magnum. Marlin 1894, a Rossi Model 92 or last and possibly more likely a Henry Big Boy Steel or brass. One can dream I guess



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Dream!

I'd like a new Marlin 1894CSS (357 Magnum) at an affordable price!
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Somewhat partial here. I've got a Henry Big Boy in 357mag. Fun to shoot, like a 22 on steroids.
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I have a Marlin 357, and a Henry 22, but have dreamed of a 30-30.
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I have a Henry Big Boy 357mag carbine and love it.
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Somewhere there is a Marlin 357Mag Carbine with my name on it. The gun has been on my wish list for a number of years. It has to get to the top of the pile one of these days.

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I have a Henry Big Boy 357mag carbine and love it.
Those are nice looking rifles. I just sold mine, however, and am replacing it with a Rossi 92 357. The Henry just got plain too heavy and bulky for me. The little Rossi just handles better.

The 327 is an intriguing cartridge that would be fun to shoot in a carbine paired up with a Ruger SA chambered in the same.

I sure wish Ruger would come out with a lightweight, quick handling 357 lever gun. I know several people have expressed interest.
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Well one can dream, my Marlin 1894 Cow Boy Limited .357 love it, kinda heavy. Rossi Model 92 .357 in my Avatar pic luv this little light weight power house. Also others Marlin & Henry. Yes I am dreaming on you did see no mention of the Ruger 96 Lever Action not that I don't like it because I had one at one time. My dumb fault for trading it several years back when the value was way down. Oh well, would like a Henry Big Boy Steel Carbine!!
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Since we're dreaming outside the box I'd love a 10mm levergun. I think the Henry steel rifles would be great in that caliber. I also think one in 9mm and 45ACP would be pretty cool too.
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.357 maximum Never ever gonna happen though.
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Since we're dreaming outside the box I'd love a 10mm levergun. I think the Henry steel rifles would be great in that caliber. I also think one in 9mm and 45ACP would be pretty cool too.

Being we're "dreaming outside the box". I'd like to see any of those with a sidegate loader over pulling and feeding the tube. I've got a Big Boy in 44Mag.
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I would like to see one in 327.
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I would just like to see a re-issue of the model 94 Marlin in .41 magnum.........robin
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Any good affordable .357 mag lever action, to go with my GP100, would be great.

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I have a Henry Big Boy 357mag carbine and love it.
That is a real beauty!
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