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I have several Marlins and Winchesters, the usual flavors (.45/70, .45 Colt, etc), but the one I want I've only seen once. It was a Winchester in .41 magnum. I passed on it as the asking price was a bit steep, but I regret it. I haven't seen another.
 
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Henry 22, 327, 41 mag, and 30/30
Marlin 336 22, 30/30, and 35 Rem


Now those 327 and 41 Henry's have me swooning. I'm torn between which I want first. Seriously leaning towards the .327 in the rifle and .41 in carbine.

I have an 1895 Marlin G which I simply adore for woods hunting. The old Gov't round still getting it done after nearly 150 years.


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I adore lever actions... however, I only have 1 now, fantastic Winchester 9422 XTR with factory, exibition grade stock.

Stupendous rifle.

In the past, I've had Marlin 94's Winchester 94's and Marlin 39a's

Always wanted to get into the Win. 1873, Browning 1886's, 1895's and Marlin 93 and 1936.


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Don't know if we are counting Lever Action Shotguns, but...

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sure shotguns are welcome





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Rossi 92 in 357 magnum...16 inch barrel...slim, short, very handy and isn't scary like an AR15...

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Winchester 16" Trapper .44 mag

Marlin .444 and 45-70 (both in guide gun configuration)
 
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Circa 1906 Winchester 94 Standard Sporting Rifle with tang sight and ivory bead font sight in .32 Winchester Special.
Marlin 94s in .357 and .44
Marlin 336 in thutty-thutty.
Ted (where is his head) Williams 30-30.
The Yoop is full of vintage collectable Winchesters and Marlins too. Curse my feeble finances!


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No .308 Marlin Express owners in the bunch? I want one to add to the many levers I already have, but haven’t seen any in awhile.

Also, thinking of buying a new production Marlin 1895 in 45-70 with the 26” octagon barrel and full magazine. Looking at the recent production, it seems like the issues have been resolved. The one I handled seem really nice.



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waiting for the .44-40
anyone?





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Marlin model 62 , 30 Carbine and 256 Winchester. Wierd , but I like them
 
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I have a .45-70 and a .357.




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Henry 22magnum
Winchester 30-30
2 Winchester 9410 shotguns


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sig for all ,
care to share a picture of those shotguns?





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.357 mag- Marlin 1894 Cowboy Limited (New Haven)

.22LR- Marlin 39M Mountie (1950s)



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.22LR Marlin/Ithaca
.22mag Ithaca
.38/357 Uberti
.32-20 Win/Marlin
.30-30 Win/Marlin
.35 Rem Marlin
.45-70 Marlin


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I have a Savage Model 99 in 308. Just sold a BLR in 243

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which of the above mentioned calibers should get an asterisk ?
because they are for both handguns and shoulder fired guns

(some are obvious , others are not)





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waiting for the .44-40
anyone?


Winchester 44-40 here.
 
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B I N G O !





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Recently visited my LGS and found a Marlin lever in 44 magnum that is tempting me. Don't think it's a bad price at $640. Right now he has a bunch of lever rifles and have me wanting to buy a several. Looking to get one as truck/bush rifle instead of an AR or bolt rifle.
 
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