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Thread: 38/357 and 44 lever guns 16"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABNAK View Post
    I like but went through several Google pages without finding one in stock.
    There is a Taylor and Company Model 1873 .357 Mag. lever gun with a 20" octagon barrel for sale in a local gun shop. It has a color case hardened receiver and I am tempted to add it to my lever action collection.

    The way I get .357 Mag./.38 Special lever action rifles to run 100 % is to fire .357 Magnum factory rounds or reloads using nothing but .357 Magnum brass.
    Last edited by T2C; 12-06-20 at 22:10.
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    My favorite .357 lever gun- I have several, is a factory Marlin made 16" ported model. Very rare. Mine has an Ashley rear sight, love that little gun. A close second is my Browning (Miroku) 92, I had one of the best "cowboy action" gunsmiths in the country slick it up for me- it almost cycles itself! Got a Rossi 92 somewhere around here, old gun- late 80s?, pre safety...was kinda ratty when I got it but it was cheap, again, sent it to the Cowboy Smith and it's a real treasure now.

    Some of my favorite .357's though aren't even lever guns! I have an IMI Timberwolf and a Ruger 77, both super cool guns. The Ruger I SBR'd and run a suppressor on....DEADLY QUIET! The Timberwolf, well, just too cool...
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    I have an almost too nice Marlin 1894 .357, found it from another forum where a guy had seen it in a gun shop but already had one and passed on it. Asked where and phone number. Called the shop and asked if they'd ship to CA(used to live there) then asked how much. Got it for $300 plus shipping. Sweet deal.
    Also have two(2) IMI Timberwolves in .357 as well.
    Last edited by easy; 12-18-20 at 18:38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easy View Post
    I have an almost too nice Marlin 1894 .357, found it from another forum where a guy had seen it in a gun shop but already had one and passed on it. Asked where and phone number. Called the shop and asked if they'd ship to CA(used to live there) then asked how much. Got it for $300 plus shipping. Sweet deal.
    Also have two(2) IMI Timberwolves in .35 as well.
    The Timberwolves are neat little rifles. I have the .357 set up with a red dot and a 1-4x "turkey" scope on the .44. Killed a bunch of hogs with them while out "woods bumming"....
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