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Old 01-20-2012, 02:08 PM
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this is another one of mine. it is an EG model in 308 factory drilled for scope. made 1958 it has nice wood. and it is a tack driver with varget and a 150 gr. rem. cl it has a vintage 3x9 redfield scope.
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http:// i know this this is and old post but i saw the barrel band carbine and thought it was a nice one. so i thought i would show my 303 savage. it is all original and the finish is about 95% the barrel looks new, and it shoots great with my handloads.
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here is one of my marlins that gets a lot of time in the woods. a 1977 444s the scope is a 70s vintage leupold 2x7 the sling i made from a vintage horse reins. and here is some of my handloaded bullets recovered from deer 300 gr. hor. xtp hps this gun is as accurate as any factory bolt gun at 100yds
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My modest collection.......third one down is my first gun; Marlin 39M. It has had 10's of thousands of rounds through it and still shoots beautifully. I will NEVER part with it. Besides, my 12-year-old daughter loves to shoot it....
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My first post in this forum!

A pic of me with my 1895GS 45-70gov .. hunting Roedeer.
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Old 08-24-2012, 02:14 PM
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Thanks Pete!
I really love many of the images in this thread.
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Here's my crew and a couple of leverguns not shown on this thread before....



Early, All Steel, Pre-81 Browning BLR in .358WCF and a Winchester 1895 Carbine in 30 Gov. '06.

Yup we work our lever guns here....

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1. winchester 94 big boar straight eject
2.marlin 336 in 444 marlin
3.marlin 1894 in 357 magnum
4.Marlin 1894 in 44 mag
5 Canadian Centennial 20 bbl carbine
6.Canadian Centennial 26" bbl rifle
7 &8 two 94 winchesters in good used shape
9&10 two marlin 336's one in nice shape and one in good shape.
I like them all. Got a great deal on 1800 once fired win 30-30 cases a few years ago. Almost forgot #11 1895 winchester in 30-40 krag made in 1915. Frank
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Only lever gun I have -
Marlin Model 39A "Golden" circa 1967.

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Nice guns, but isn't this one an 1892?

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Let's keep this one going. Here's a 39 Marlin Golden Mountie and an 88 Winchester in 308.
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More lever action rifle love:

Marlin 1895 in 45/70, ready for an Alaskan adventure:



Rossi M92 stainles steel carbine in .44 Magnum, my new "Truck Gun", having just bought a pickup!

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here's my 250/3000and my 25/35 mod 94and my 300 savage
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I am a "Marlin Guy."

The first gun I ever bought. A used Marlin 1894 .357 Magnum at a gun show in 1986. I refinished the stock and forearm to a satin oil finish and removed the white spacer. My dad cut the barrel to 16 1/8" and backed up the front sight. I also installed a Williams receiver sight and a dovetail blank.



My custom Marlin 1894 .44 Magnum has a 16" barrel, custom John Wayne lever, saddle ring, refinished satin oil stock, leather butt pad cover, and engraving by Michael Gouse:









My Marlin 336 in .35 Remington is my Scout Carbine. 16" barrel, refinished satin oil stock, leather butt pad cover, and Leupold Scout Scope:



I used it to take a 215 pound red wild boar in Tennessee last year:



Marin 39M .22:



I also have a Marlin Model 36 in .30-30 and a Model 1895 in .45-70, but no photos on hand.

While I love my Marlins, I had a desire to give the Henry Goldenboy a try. I really like the company and the fact that they're proud to be built in the USA. When they came out with their .17 HMR version, that was the excuse I was looking for (I already had my Marlin 39M in .22 and I couldn't justify another .22 lever gun). The Henry's action is super smooth and the gun is amazingly accurate:



The .17 HMR goes through coins like a hot knife goes through butter!





While being a Marlin Guy, I do have one Winchester. A .44-40 Model 1873 half magazine tube version made in 1881:

Nice guns and thanks for sharing.............but why shoot money??
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here's my 250/3000and my 25/35 mod 94and my 300 savage
Did you swap fore ends on the 250-3000 and the 300 Savage?
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Early, All Steel, Pre-81 Browning BLR in .358WCF and a Winchester 1895 Carbine in 30 Gov. '06.

Yup we work our lever guns here....

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man i dig that 95 carbine, i had a 30 gov. take down made in 1923 for 20 years and let it get away. never again!
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no, just the butt stocks, the 300 savage has a been cut to 20'' and I'm going for the carbine look, also going to install a saddle ring.
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Went to a local gun show this morning and picked up a couple more. Here's a 92 Rossi in 357/38spl, and a 49 vintage 94 Winchester in 30wcf.
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