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22LR/22WMR/30.30/35 Rem/.308/45-70 a mix of Henrys, Marlins, Winchesters and Brownings. All nice brush guns. Most are iron sites, a couple with scopes. I like the Henrys the best very smooth actions out of the box. Chris
 
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I have a Win94 Trapper in 44mag with a Williams receiver sight and a Marlin GSBL 45-70 that has a Skinner rear sight and a Wild West Trigger. Fun guns to shoot.
 
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I have a Marlin 30-30.

I want to get another but I am trying to decide whether to get one in .45lc or a .44.




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Marlin SBL chambered in 45-70 with some custom work done by Ranger Point Precision. I’d really like a new Miroku Winchester 357 mag rifle as well. I’ve got a Browning BAR-22 if anyone wants to trade/deal?


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Marlin 336 RC, 1968, 35Rem, 20" barrel



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Currently in the stable:
2 Browning BL-22’s
2 Marlin 22’s (1 39 Golden, 1 Mountie)
4 Marlin 1894 44’s (78, 96, 02, 08 stainless)
2 Marlin 1894 .357’s (1 78 1894c, 1 1894CP)
2 Marlin 336 30-30’s
1 Browning B-92 .44
1 Browning BLR .308
1 Marlin 1895 45-70

Always looking for the next one...




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Several .22s
Couple 357s
44 mag
45 colt
Several .30-30s
.45-70
I think that's all.


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1980 and 2012 Marlin Model 336 30-30s, 1990 Marlin Model 1894 44 Magnum, 1999 Winchester Model 94 Trapper 44 Magnum.
 
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336SS in thutty-thutty. Still lookung for an 1894 in 357. Frown




 
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Winchester mod 94 trapper in .44 mag
Marlin 1895CB in 45-70
 
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Henry Big Boy .44 Mag/Spl. I'm looking for an older Marlin in .45 LC.
 
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.22LR and all the others that it will shoot.
.357/.38
“Thutty Thutty”


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six more calibers that I had no knowledge of
Eek Eek Eek

thanks for adding to the list ,
I have a lot more googling to do





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I have a couple
Winchester 1886 45-70
Winchester 94 30-30
Winchester 94 357mag
Winchester 88 308 I bought this one while still in high school in 69
Marlin 39 22 rimfire
Marlin 25-20
Marlin 32-20
 
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Henry H001 in .22
Marlin 1894 in .38/.358
Marlin 1894 in .45 Colt


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I may have missed, but I did not see any mention of Savage Model 99s. I have one in .358 Win. and one in .250 Savage. Also a Model 71 Winchester in .348 Winchester, and a 1895 Winchester in .30-40 Krag
 
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Currently in the house are a .22lr Henry, .250-3000 Savage, .45/70 Marlin.
 
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Originally posted by hvyhawler:
Currently in the house are a .22lr Henry, .250-3000 Savage, .45/70 Marlin.


Your post brought back memories...I owned a model 99CD in 250-3000 back in the 70s...missed it the minute I traded it Frown


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Currently in the house are a .22lr Henry, .250-3000 Savage, .45/70 Marlin.
When I was a kid my dad talked about his .250-3000 Savage. I had no idea what that was but it sure sounded impressive.
 
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