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I'm fond of the superior characteristics of the 30-30.
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However I was not in this war, but I used to shoot this also.

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(03-18-2018, 01:23 AM)T-Dub Wrote: I'm fond of the superior characteristics of the 30-30.
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I love my model 94 30-30. In fact by gosh, I am gonna take it out and shoot it tomorrow. Hummm, I wonder which gun safe it is in?
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(03-18-2018, 01:32 AM)ID Rick Wrote:
(03-18-2018, 01:23 AM)T-Dub Wrote: I'm fond of the superior characteristics of the 30-30.
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I love my model 94 30-30. In fact by gosh, I am gonna take it out and shoot it tomorrow. Hummm, I wonder which gun safe it is in?

Thats a real problem when you can't remember which safe your gun is in. I feel for ya. Chuckle

When I bought my Marlin 336, they had the Winchester 94 and the Marlin side by side at 139.99 each. I stood there for a hour trying to decide which one. I picked the Marlin because it felt better made. I was young and hadn't discovered the genius of John Browning yet.

What a dumbass, I wish I got them both. Anon
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Out of everything that I have ever shot, this was the most fun - the Mk19 Full Auto Grenade Launcher:



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(03-18-2018, 01:01 AM)Guest Wrote: What about the 7mm?

"popcorn:

7mm Mauser is a tried and true battle rifle..bolt action bang bang..

Slow heavy ...but powerful, old but nothing to sneeze at...I have seen them "sporterized"... I mean my friend has........
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(03-18-2018, 01:23 AM)T-Dub Wrote: I'm fond of the superior characteristics of the 30-30.
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Me too... Errr

My friend Wants some of those too...

Remember the "mare's leg" lever action pistol??

Lmao why not...? FTW!!!!
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(03-18-2018, 01:40 AM)T-Dub Wrote:
(03-18-2018, 01:32 AM)ID Rick Wrote:
(03-18-2018, 01:23 AM)T-Dub Wrote: I'm fond of the superior characteristics of the 30-30.
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I love my model 94 30-30. In fact by gosh, I am gonna take it out and shoot it tomorrow. Hummm, I wonder which gun safe it is in?

Thats a real problem when you can't remember which safe your gun is in. I feel for ya. Chuckle

When I bought my Marlin 336, they had the Winchester 94 and the Marlin side by side at 139.99 each. I stood there for a hour trying to decide which one. I picked the Marlin because it felt better made. I was young and hadn't discovered the genius of John Browning yet.

What a dumbass, I wish I got them both. Anon

I wish I had the Marlin in my collection. My brother has one, and both the Winchester, and the Marlin have good and not so good points. My 94 I got from my dad. He had put a scope on it. But for a scope to work because of top ejection it had to be on a high riser mount that felt hard to get my eye on it. I took the scope off and use the open sights. I think the Marlin is much smoother than the Winchester, but the lever has to move much farther then the 94. Both are good rifles in my opinion.
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SHTF Rifle...

You only can take one...

I say mini 14...

Popcorn

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(03-18-2018, 02:10 AM)ID Rick Wrote:
(03-18-2018, 01:40 AM)T-Dub Wrote:
(03-18-2018, 01:32 AM)ID Rick Wrote: I love my model 94 30-30. In fact by gosh, I am gonna take it out and shoot it tomorrow. Hummm, I wonder which gun safe it is in?

Thats a real problem when you can't remember which safe your gun is in. I feel for ya. Chuckle

When I bought my Marlin 336, they had the Winchester 94 and the Marlin side by side at 139.99 each. I stood there for a hour trying to decide which one. I picked the Marlin because it felt better made. I was young and hadn't discovered the genius of John Browning yet.

What a dumbass, I wish I got them both. Anon

I wish I had the Marlin in my collection. My brother has one, and both the Winchester, and the Marlin have good and not so good points. My 94 I got from my dad. He had put a scope on it. But for a scope to work because of top ejection it had to be on a high riser mount that felt hard to get my eye on it. I took the scope off and use the open sights. I think the Marlin is much smoother than the Winchester, but the lever has to move much farther then the 94. Both are good rifles in my opinion.

I ever get straightened out I really want an older Marlin .357 lever action. That would have to be a blast.
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