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
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.
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?
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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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.
336SS in thutty-thutty. Still lookung for an 1894 in 357.
Winchester mod 94 trapper in .44 mag
Marlin 1895CB in 45-70
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.
"Guns are tools. The only weapon ever created was man."
Cheese and rice !
six more calibers that I had no knowledge of
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
Henry H001 in .22
Marlin 1894 in .38/.358
Marlin 1894 in .45 Colt
Will Fly for Food... and more Ammo
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If Guns Cause Crime, Mine Are Defective.... Ted Nugent
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
Currently in the house are a .22lr Henry, .250-3000 Savage, .45/70 Marlin.
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Your post brought back memories...I owned a model 99CD in 250-3000 back in the 70s...missed it the minute I traded it
"we've gotta roll with the punches, learn to play all of our hunches
Making the best of what ever comes our way
Forget that blind ambition and learn to trust your intuition
Plowing straight ahead come what may
And theres a cowboy in the jungle"
Pre 64 in .32 Winchester Special
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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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