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Gun Porn

That is fantastic hunting.

Posted in uncategorized on October 8th, 2019
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  1. Lyle Says:




    Sort of ugly, IMO, but if you had to, for some cause, be restricted to a lever gun, that one particular would be fairly sensible compared to an essentially fantastic-hunting one particular (which would have to have a straight wrist and no rail).





  2. Rivrdog Says:




    My very first rifle was a Savage 99E, and I personal/owned at least six other lever rifles. The Marlin 336 WAS a wonderful deer gun, rivalled the Winchester 94, but when Marlin went by means of their cash troubles, they fired/retired all the wonderful old factory smiths who could place leverguns collectively in their sleep and have them function completely out of the box. When Remington purchased them, a handful of “Rem-lins” began to trickle out, and not so strangely, there had been challenges with them, specifically with the feed elevator clearances.

    Remlin started to concentrate on the “sex-appeal” rifles, the stainless ones, and so forth that brought in $1,000+, and ignored the mill-run models for pretty a though. This shorty, huge-loop 336 appears to get back to the old common, but I hope Remlin has Lastly tweaked their automated gun-functions to repair the internal challenges. I would like to see some straight-case rifles once more, and I have heard that a handful of 1894s are trickling out into the pipeline, but once more, only the gussied-up guns with octagon barrels, and so forth.

    Back in the 1990s, I paid $404 for an 1894C (plain-jane) carbine in .357 Magnum, and it loaded and shot like a dream out of the box, but I had a gal-pal go all doe-eyed more than it, so I traded that one particular for a milsurp she had and I wanted. I have regretted the deal. I also have the exact same 1894C in 44 Magnum, and IMHO, that is the very best caliber for this brush gun, except for the rifling, which cannot manage any bullet more than 240-gr effectively, and the very best 44 hunting round for the gun is a 310-grain “bear load”.

    I ultimately gave up waiting for one more Remlin 1894C in 357, and got a Rossi (Winchester 1892 clone), which shoots fine, and I paid only $500 for it.




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