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    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    ^^^ Here it's little brother, a pre-safety Marlin 39M

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    Beautiful wood on this thing and a set of Williams peep sights.

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    How do you like the Williams sight?

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    M71 Winchester in .450 Alaskan; original Redifield receiver sights, .400 gr. Barnes SP @ 2300 FPS:




    M71 Winchester, .348 Win; 250 gr. Barnes SP @ 2400 FPS :



    .450 Alaskan/ .348 Win./ .308:


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    Got my Big Boy back from the factory after it imploded. They replaced the bolt and polished the internals. It's super slick now. I have yet to shoot it though, but it cycles dummy caps really well.

    Threw on a Henry Case Hardened big loop and a Skinner barrel mounted peep sight. Had the sling custom made by an awesome craftsman.








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    Quote Originally Posted by LMT Shooter View Post
    How do you like the Williams sight?
    Sorry it took so long to reply. I prefer the classic clean look without them, but this thing shoots so well with them I leave them on.
    Last edited by titsonritz; 05-07-19 at 23:37.
    E pluribus unum

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    Probably gonna get flamed for this... but I added a light to my .44mag Rossi 92. It's the Streamlight Protac Rail Mount 1 on a Haley Strategic Thorntail mount. In combination with the Romeo 5 already there, this should finish the gun off nicely.




    I still retain the good balance, and one handed carry leverguns are famous for.



    Streamlight must have known what I was gonna do. They include a perfect size set of little screws for mounting the switch on plastic or wood stocks.



    I zip-tied the wire up so as not to have it resting on the barrel.

    You know what I like best about most people?

    Their dogs.

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    Lever Guns Picture threads, etc

    Marlin 336SS.



    Last edited by j102; 05-11-19 at 22:39.

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    Trying to step up my photography game over the old "gun on the floor" shots.

    My first 45-70 is this Marlin 1895 GBL I got used off another gun forum I'm on. I've since added the 550 cord sling, ammo cuff, XS sights, and today... finally... the Vortex Crossfire red dot.



    This is my "Combat Cowboy" defensive lever gun. A Rossi M92 in.44 magnum. 24" barrel cut to 17". This way I get myself a short carbine, but still have the heavy octagon barrel. Sights are white bead front, and Steve's Gunz peep in the rear. (replaces the bolt safety) The curved steel buttplate was horrendous, so that was replaced with a recoil pad. A piece of leftover pic rail was mounted to the top of the octagon barrel, and fitted with a Sig Romeo 5 red dot. The light is a Streamlight on a Haley Stragic offset mount. The large loop lever is also from Steve's Gunz.

    Last edited by daddyusmaximus; 05-23-19 at 19:40.
    You know what I like best about most people?

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    Same gun but... Happy Flag Day.

    You know what I like best about most people?

    Their dogs.

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    Plain working gun - pre-safety 1894 Marlin 44mag

    M1 carbine sling, Ranger Point Precision fiber optic front sight, Hi-Viz fiber optic rear sight, RMR06 MRDS, bumps and scratches from previous lives. Internals repaired/replaced to make it reliable, touch up blue and stock refinished to make it more presentable, ready for a new life in a WV cabin.


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    Last edited by Bruce in WV; 10-05-19 at 15:37.
    Yankee refugee living in the free state of West Virginia.

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