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Lever actions: Post 'em up!

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by flatwins, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. flatwins

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    Years ago I had an old Win 94 in 30-30 and should have never traded it off. So I got the fever again and have this 1866 Yellowboy on the way as of this morning. This is the 16" Trapper in 38 Special.
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    Looks great, don't make me get out the Red Rider....
     
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    That is a great looking carbine. Over the years I have had some really nice lever guns but never held onto any of them as I was always going after other things. Now that I am finally getting to the point I like shooting older style weapons I need to get me one or two to trough in the safe. I bought the wife a Henry Golden Boy .22lr about 8 years ago and it is the smoothest little lever gun that I have ever played with.
    Thanks for showing off a good looker.
     
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    Marlin 375
     
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    Marlin 39A .22lr, and Marlin 1894C .357/.38

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    I've always wanted a henry like this one:

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  7. Roadking Larry

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    Here is my latest.
    Marlin 336 .30-30, 18" barrel, this pic shows it iwth a Weaver K2.5 but I recently swapped thatout for a Leupold VXII 1-4X20.
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  8. flatwins

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    I enjoy the classics so much more than arguing over which AR is best.

    This is the 1860 model. Very cool. I wanted one of the older ones but decided that the 1866 was a touch more to my liking. The 1873 is mighty nice too! And there are a lot of aftermarket parts for these replicas as well.
     
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    Good looking levers. I guess I need to take some pics of my Marlin with Scout Mount and Leupold scope. Gonna have to wait until tomorrow unfortunately.
     
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