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Old April 23rd, 2016, 09:44 PM   #16
 
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I myself would want it blue/stainless and wood. Have it compete with the Remlin 1894's and the Rossi 92 style of lever actions. Make it in calibers .357, .41, .44, .45. and most of all...make it dependable with a smooth action without having to "slick it up" yourself.
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As long as it doesn't end up looking like the Mossberg tactical line of lever actions.


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Interesting idea. Despite my dislike for new Remington products, I'd still have to stick with my Marlin .45-70. Now if Ruger made modern caliber lever actions like Browning BLR, I'd buy one in a heartbeat.
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What's wrong with this?

Something about flash suppressors and a 30/30 together seems wrong. I feel like someone at Mossberg got the idea that ARs sold well due to the furniture/accessories and not what the gun is capable of. Plus, I checked one out at a store, and it just didn't feel right.
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Mossberg makes a "standard" 30-30 lever too, they pretty much cornered the market for "utility/affordable" 30-30's, being priced much lower than Remlins.

If I'm gonna buy an Italian repro, then I want the Colt Burgess repro they make, because a real one is not something I'm likely to ever see, let alone own.

As far as an American lever gun, no way we'll ever see it. It will come out along with the Ruger semi-auto and pump 12 gauge I've wanted for over 10 years......
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Wierd thought - What if Ruger made a polymer stocked lever action rifle in .357 and .44 magnum, with a picatinny rail on top? And the street price was about the same as the RAR series?
How about this 45 acp lever action rifle? If Ruger can make a 45 acp revolver that does not require a moonclip they could transfer the same concept into a lever action rifle.
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