GUN My next toy

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  1. Thunderbear

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    Marlin .30-30

    6 in the pipe 1 in the chamber, drilled and tapped for a scope, gold plated trigger and a cheap sling :o

    all mine for 274.00 ... not bad, no?

    That isn't the one, its what I would like mine to look like after..
     
  2. twistid

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    i'd jump on that,:bigthumb: i love those.:o
     
  3. kellyclan

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    :cool:

    i want mine in .45-70 :big grin:
     
  4. Thunderbear

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    I wouldn't mind having mine in a bigger caliber, but I can't find any that I love the way they look... ie, the magazine goes the full length of the barrel. To me, that's the classic lever gun with the modern introduction of the pistol grip.

    Which manufacturer are you looking at?
     
  5. Argyle

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    Nice rifle. my uncle has one. its a great, solid rifle. :bigthumb:
     
  6. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    Marlin 1895G. Was playing with one at the shop, the thing is a really handy size, i've gotten quite smitten with it. i know whatcha mean about the tube, but i don't think the 1895 looks too bad.


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    Mmmm...buffalo. :big grin:
     
  7. Thunderbear

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    nice lookin' weapon, what price range?


    looking again, what's the barrel length? It looks almost shorter than the 3030's barrel.
     
  8. kellyclan

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    That's an 18.5" barrel, ported. Might be shorter, you posted looks like a 20"

    i've seen them as low as $450 new, average seems about $500. The 1895GS is a stainless version, that's pretty sharp looking too.
     

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