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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by flatwins, Aug 15, 2009.
If you've ever wanted to shoot one, I'll show you the ammo to order and can meet ya at a range some time. Its a hoot.
Thanks for the offer! I may have to take you up on that soon!
I'm really wanting to do a suppressed lever gun too.
I fail to understand why more gun companies aren't responding to the surge in suppressor ownership and offering more (or even SOME) models with factory threaded barrels.
Ive wanted to thread a mares leg in 357 and attach a pistol brace for a while now. I dont even have a can for that cal yet so it would be quite an investment that I just cant do right now. Still want to though.
It seems lever-actions are falling out of favor with the younger crowd, but they do have advantages. For one, they can cycle virtually anything. For instance, owning a lever-action .22 makes a lot of sense. 22s are essentially a multi-purpose caliber so having one rifle that can shoot shorts, quiets, etc., comes in real handy.
The other advantage I can readily think of is as a learner. Lever-actions are safer than semi-autos & a more natural/efficient movement than cycling bolt-actions so a beginner can better concentrate on fundamentals.
The standard Henry .22 is a perfect rifle for a kid to learn on, IMO.
Got a group photo of my lever's today: (L-R) Henry 357 mag, Marlin 41 mag, Marlin 44 mag and Rossi 45 colt
9422 & 617
My levers so far: Henry 357 mag, Marlin 41 mag, Marlin 44 mag and Rossi 45 colt