Lever actions - pics, discussion

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Typical Winchester 94 with a "Rick Lowe" sling

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I still want a Browning 92, and a Browning 1885 (not sure if we are including falling blocks or not). And finally a Marlin 1895 .45-70 so I could have a .45-70 I am willing to toss in the truck or drag through the woods. I think that would get me satisfied with lever actions.
 

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I love my lever guns. Sometimes, yeah, they may be finicky, but I feel that like all guns, they can be figured out/fixed. But at the end of the day, they’re awesome. Mine aren’t very “traditional” but they do a job, and do it well. And are super fun. View attachment 283507 View attachment 283508
Is that the Ranger Point forearm in the top pic?
 

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I've owned a few Marlins over the years but I only have the Glenfield 30-30 I bought new in 1976 now.

I missed a deal on a 39A posted here recently that I'll probably regret for a long time.
 

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