What levers live in your safe?

Neil San Diego

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Got a Savage 99, a Winny 94, a couple of Marlins, and just added...a chicom copy of a Winny Model 87 12 gauge.

Neil
 

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Here we go...

Winchester 71 Long Tang
Winchester 71 Short tang
Browning 71 Carbine
Winchester 95 .303 Brit
Winchester 95 35 WCF
Winchester 55 30-30
Winchester 94 carbine 30-30
Winchester 94 Trapper 44
Winchester 94 Timber 450 Marlin
Marlin 1894 CB 44
Savage 99 .308

I have a levergun addiction. Visit leverguns.com if you share the disease...lot's of company there.
 

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his 'n hers Marlin 1895gs 45-70s. guess I'm still working out some kinks with scout scope arrangement.
 

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I guess I'm the only one with a Mossberg.
Actually, mine is a Western Field, made by Mossberg.
Model 79 in .30/30

I got it real cheap 'cuz it was spray painted and had feed problems.
Hoppe's took care of the spray paint, still working on the feed issues.
 

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2 Winchester 94's - one in 30-30, a Teddy Roosevelt Commemoritive, and one in .44 Mag the 18" barrel Timber Carbine with pistol grip stock.

AZ Jim
 

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I have a Winchester Model 94 in .32 Win Spl. I's very accurate until the barrel heats up. It groups about 1" @ 100yds cold and about 1.5-2" hot. It was made in 1965; The first year for investment castings. Maybe this has something to do with the accuracy when hot.

Mike
 

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Lets see, lever guns:

94 Winchester - 45colt
92 Hartford - 45colt
73 Cimmaron - 45 colt
92 Hartford - 357
92 Navy Arms - 357
73 Cimmaron - 357
95 Marlin - 45-70
87 IAC Shotgun (has a lever too)


Yup, that is a good start.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (B.L. Justice @ Jan 17 2007, 03:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
Lets see, lever guns:

94 Winchester - 45colt
92 Hartford - 45colt
73 Cimmaron - 45 colt
92 Hartford - 357
92 Navy Arms - 357
73 Cimmaron - 357
95 Marlin - 45-70
87 IAC Shotgun (has a lever too)[/b]
I looks like you are a CAS shooter. If not, it looks like you should start.

I shoot SASS matches every once in awhile in the San Diego area.
 

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3 M-94's in 30WCF
1 MArlin 336C 32 Win Spec
1 Marlin 336C in 30-30
1 Marlin 1895 Cowboy in 45 Govt
2 Model 39A Marlins (1948 and 1978 prod)
Uberti 1873 44-40
A Brazilian (Taurus?) M-92 in 357 magnum
Winchester Mod 1887 12 ga.

and a Winchester M-92 in 25-20

I think that covers it.... ~AMMOe
 

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94 Win .30-30 1949
94 Win .30-30 1970's
1899 Savage .22 Highpower
Henry .22
Henry Youth .22 (Son's)
Ruger #1 .25-06 (if a Sharps is a lever, so is a #1!
)
 

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win 30-30 Centennial?? edition Not Sureexactly. won it at the CWA raffle at Mendota back in 95 or 96
 

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Oh heck!
Add two Model 96 Rugers. ~AMMOe
(And if we're counting single shots...
2 Sharps
a Ruger #3
a Martini Cadet.)
 

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Marlin 45-70 XLR reduced load data http://www.gmdr.com has Oregon Trail Bullet Cowboy load data for several calibers including 45-70 allows use of various powders and bullet weights for comfortable shooting.
 

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Original, but totally overhauled Winchester Low Wall in 218 Bee.
Late 1890's.
Originally Rim Fire 32 but converted to center fire.
 


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