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  1. Airguns
    I found a NOS Winchester/Daisy 1894 saddle gun on the auctions and won it. it has wood stocks, unlike the Daisy versions. It struck me as very odd that a Winchester lever gun would come sans butt plate? I bought an old Remington butt plate that wouldn't fit the Crosman 160 Pellgun I was...
  2. Gunsmithing
    I have recently been given a post '64 Top eject 30-30 by my grandfather and all works well except the spent casing will extract from the seating but will not eject out of the block unless the lever is slammed hard and i mean much harder than John Wayne ever has. My grandpa and i are working on...
  3. Henry Rifles
    So I was out shootin' My Henry BB with the large loop and decided I really do NOT like that lever. I hate wearing gloves, so it was useless. I decided to buy one from Henry's site. Well, they dont have one for sale on the site. I sent them an email, explaining my issue. They promptly replied...
  4. Rifles and Rifle Cartridges
    Hey everyone, new member here. I've been reading around some of the other threads this morning but I couldn't find anything covering this exact topic so here we are. I just bought my first hunting rifle the weekend of this posting. It's a Savage 110 in .270 and I plan on using it for this season...
  5. Wildcat Cartridges
    Lately I've been kicking around some ideas for a pair of wildcats for Marlin Lever Action rifles quite a bit. The idea is to use the .338 Marlin Express as a the basis for a larger cartridge that just surpasses the .348 Winchester and a smaller cartridge that's more focused on the kind of deer...
  6. Gunsmithing
    I have a rifle "Model 52 Winchester .22LR" but it is has a lever action, not bolt action, which is what I find in reference to Model 52 anywhere online. Really odd duck as far as I can tell. Perhaps special order? It is an heirloom but no one left to ask. It has a fancy checkerboard design on...
  7. Rimfire Rifles
    I have a rifle "Model 52 Winchester .22LR" but it is has a lever action, not bolt action, which is what I find in reference to Model 52 anywhere online. Really odd duck as far as I can tell. Perhaps special order? It has a fancy checkerboard design on the hand guard and butt stock, ivory ball...
  8. General Discussion
    I am currently looking at the Henry Color Case Hardened 45-70. I have been wondering if the case hardening is real or just a dye/fake. I also have been wondering if there is a coating or finish I could apply or have applied to the gun that would protect against rust and still keep the look of...
  9. Winchester 94 Lever Guns
    Hi everyone. First time poster, here. So a while back I purchased a 1894 SRC in 30 WCF. at a gun show in Ontario, Canada. I thought it was a bit peculiar because it has side mounted sling attachments (left side) that looked like they could be original to the gun because of the condition but I...
  10. Gunsmithing
    Hey I'm a new user and I need some help/advice/knowledge. A few years back my father tried to restore his old model 94, 30-30, post 64 with a new stock, and let's just say he isn't mechanically inclined. It ended up not going back together correctly and in the end lost a few pins and a firing...
  11. Marlin 1894 Lever Guns
    Second post here hello everyone. I am going to buy my first lever action 44 mag soon. I found a used one it was seems to be okay condition for 350 at a gun store by me. I was hoping i could get some feed back on a couple things. Thanks in advanced. Before i go farther the reason i am getting the...
  12. Winchester 94 Lever Guns
    I have a buddy whos dad owns two model 94s. One is from 1965(serial 28xxxxx) and one from (I'm assuming 1994) serial 60xxxxx. They are both in excellent condition and havent had a large amount of rounds through them. My dilemma is that one is a Model 94 Ranger 100 year version. On the right of...
  13. Gunsmithing
    Win Model 250, lever action 22, bolt assembly. Where do the two very small ball bearings (plungers) go in the bolt? I had my gun worked on several years ago and finally got around to firing it. It misfired alot. I disassembled the bolt and the two plungers were missing. I got replacement...
  14. Marlin 336 Lever Guns
    I have a couple of older marlin rifles that I need some info on. Both are 30.30 win. One is 336rc #E 39xxx.It is very good condition--I got my first buck with it. It has a rubber recoil pad that I don't think is original. I'm thinking about trading it for a carry pistol. What is the approx...
  15. Marlin 336 Lever Guns
    Hi all, I am thinking about having my 30AS re-chambered for the 307 win cartridge and was wondering if the system of the 30AS can handle the significantly higher preassure of the 307 win, or if I should go for softer loads with the old lady?! Thanks, thecyclone
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