Model 92's will. Model 94's ? I've never had one chambered for 44 mag, but the action is much longer. If the COAL is close to the same as a 44 mag, it will do fine. You should be able to load heavier bullets (longer nosed) in magnum cases and they should have no feeding issues. The heavy bullet rounds I load and shoot in my 92's are loaded in 44 spl cases to allow them to feed from the 92's shorter action.The rifle that started this discussion is a Winchester Lever action. My son purchased the rifle late last year and could not find ammonia to try it out. He finally found some cowboy action cast ammo. They leaded the barrel terribly. I had trouble finding bullets to reload his empty brass until I found the 260 grain cast with gaschecks on them hoping that would help with the leading problem. I have a Charter Arms 44 Special and wondered if the rifle would also chamber and fire the 44 Special.