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"The deals you miss don’t hurt you”-B.D. Raney Sr.
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Can you have a lever gun w/o it’s revolving caliber mate?


 
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I've been after a 45LC or 357 pair.
 
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The 357s I’ve had for a while.
It took some patience to find a JM stamped Marlin in SS and 44.
 
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I have a Win94 Trapper and a 4” S&W 629 (no dash). Been thinking about getting a Henry in 44mag.
 
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The only matched pair I have are .38WCF / .38-40 and they are the farthest thing from a pair they could be. I have to be careful to keep them and their respective ammo well segregated.

The rifle is 114 years old and the revolver only shoots handloads that are W-E-L-L above SAAMI specs (so much so I won't repeat them online) and never the twain shall meet.





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Can you have a lever gun w/o it’s revolving caliber mate?


What if your lever gun is chambered for 308 Winchester?



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I could see that posing a problem....Smile
 
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Oh wait.. I do have a .22 lever action and 5 or 6 .22 pistols!

Oh wait wait.. I have a .45-70 lever action AND a .45-70 pistol, all be it a single shot.


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That’s what is missing from my life....a 22LR lever action rifle..... I already have the revolver, albeit a Heritage Arms Roughrider. But it is from back when they also came with the 22WMR cylinder.
 
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cas...that is a nice Bisley Blackhawk and model 92 Cool


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I hate to say it, but I can't find the '92.
I know it's somewhere in the house, but where.... ?


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Only pair I have is in .357 shown below. I have lever gun in .45 Colt but no revolver...yet.



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No pics but I have a Henry .44 Mag lever gun and a S&W 4" Mountain Gun (M29). I may be selling them soon as they don't see much use, and as I also have a Ruger Vaquero in .45LC. I'm looking to find a Marlin 1894 to go with that.
 
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I need a .45-70 revolver to go with mine Wink




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Several pair.
My wife shoots a pair of Ruger Bisley Vaqueros with a Beretta Renegade in .357

I shoot a pair of Bisley Blackhawks with a Uberti 1873 in .357. I also have a pair of Blackhawks that match this one.

I have a Uberti 1873 in .45 ACP to go with my 1911!




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I just got a Marlin 39A to go with my S&W .22s. My dad had a 39A when I was a boy but it went to my brother, just got my replacement last month.


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I've got 22, 357, 44, and 45 colt pairs.


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I need a .45-70 revolver to go with mine Wink

Magnum Research has them in stock!


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How about a trifecta?



Coonan, Henry, Colt .357!


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tommy dog wins! ding ding, ding.

that revolver appears to be a double action of some sort.

have you considered a single action in .357 ?

that would be the ultimate collection

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