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seems like there are many here that have lever action long arms.

I was wondering how many calibers we have, all together?

I have a 1957 Marlin in .22 LR

what other calibers do the forum people have?





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.35 Remington. 1956 Marlin 336C.




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thanks guys,
Artie , I didn't know .35 rem. even existed, did some googling, that sounds like a great caliber to have in a collection





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It's an oldie but goodie. I shoot 200 grain LeverRevolution rounds in mine, at supposedly 2200 fps. I'm probably getting less than that because of barrel length, however. You can also handload plinking rounds with .357 magnum bullets. They are .001 undersized, but work just fine for screwing around.

With the red dot sight, its a perfect tight cover hunting gun. Quick to the shoulder, quick to aim, solid hitting round.



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A Uberti 1873 in .357/.38. With a case hardened receiver, nice bluing and good wood, it is one of the prettiest guns I own.
 
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Big Horn Armory in 460 S&W
 
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I currently have:
.22LR --Marlin
.250-3000 --Savage
.30-30 --Winchester
.308 --Savage
.38WCF --Winchester
.45-70 --Marlin


(had .32-20 and 45Colt in the past)

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Marlin: 357, 44, 45lc, 444, 45-70, 450m.

Browning BLR: 358, 270w
 
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Winchester Trails End Model 94 in .45 Colt.

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Henry Big Boy in .38Spl/.357 Magnum



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I have a few not yet mentioned:


7x30 Waters
.38-55
.303 Savage
.300 Savage
.25-35
.32-20
.25-20
.219 Zipper
.22 magnum




 
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.22 - Henry - H001
.22 - Marlin - 39A
30.30 - Marlin - 336W
.357 Mag - Winchester - 94 Trapper
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1980 vintage Marlin 336C in .35 Remington. Every time I go to a gun show I hope to snag an older 1894 in .357 or .44 Magnum.
 
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Browning .22
Uberti 1873 .357
Beretta Renegade Uberti 1873 (wife's)
Uberti 1873 .45 ACP
Marlin 1895 .45-70

Don't know if we are counting Lever Action Shotguns, but...
IAC 1887 12 Gauge
Chiappa 1887 12 Gauge.




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Henry 22, 327, 41 mag, and 30/30
Marlin 336 22, 30/30, and 35 Rem
 
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30-30
44
45-70


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