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Discussion in 'Rifles & Shotguns' started by forty5, Feb 12, 2020.
That is sweet, Lineman!
Thank you sir. It is a beauty!
Winchester 94 AE.
I have Stevens crackshot too. Single shot falling block. But i don't have a pic of it.
And even a daisy red rider too.
My Henry which I replaced the optic on and starting to sight it in.
Thinking of putting a scope on it. Not sure though.
The Win 94 30/30 is in the safe and I was lazy not pulling it out.
I have always loved a lever action. I was just looking at some yesterday at my LGD. I've never owned one yet, but maybe I can swing it before too long. Nice rifles guys!
I just bought two more lever guns. I need another gun rack:
@GA 1911 that's a very nice collection you have. I'm just starting on mine. I was thinking I'd get a 30-30 but with the ammo situation, I believe I'll be better served with the one I chose yesterday. A Henry Golden Boy 22. Already have nearly 3K rounds of ammo and 22 seems plentiful at the moment. I can shoot till my hearts content with not much concern. Plus I had planned to spend around $1500 and this was under $500. Guess it's a win win then.
I hope to be buying several more in time. 357 and 44 mags for certain. Maybe a 45-70 at some point. These, along with revolvers in the same calibers. 1911's, wheel guns and lever action's. What could be more American?
Very nice sir.
My 30-30 Model 94 was my Dad’s. He bought it new in 1964, and used it for his deer gun in the swamp back when he was running the dogs.
A few years ago, he loaned it to a “friend,” who’d kept it muzzle down in a piece of PVC bolted to a farm tractor.
It lived on that tractor until I rescued it last year, and got it back in useable shape; about a year before Dad passed.
Did the exhaust from the tractor keep it oiled up?
I bet it still shot when you picked it up.
I talked myself into needing a Henry .410 shotgun...
Then I started pricing them and talked myself right back out!
No, it was pretty rusted, inside and out; but it’d still shoot.
I got this old Marlin 336 30/30 yesterday. The hammer and sites are modified, but the original parts came with the rifle.
I got a good tip at a LGS so I got the deal done (I have a carry license). It's my second Marlin 336 in five days:
1974 Marlin Model 336 in 35 Remington with scope:
The rifle has all of the great stuff.
Very well made, and a major upgrade to current rifles. Wood, scope, and blue for $450.