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Lever action is a type of firearm action which uses a lever located around the trigger guard area (often including the trigger guard itself) to load fresh cartridges into the chamber of the barrel when the lever is worked. This contrasts to bolt-action, semi-automatic, or selective-fire weapons. Most lever-action firearms are rifles, but some lever-action shotguns and a few pistols have also been made. One of the most famous lever-action firearms is the Winchester Model 1873 rifle, but many manufacturers—notably Henry and Marlin—also produce lever-action rifles. Even Colt's Mfg. Co. produced 1883 until 1885 6403 lever-action Colt-Burgess rifles. Mossberg produces the 464 in centerfire .30-30 and rimfire .22. While the term lever-action generally implies a repeating firearm, it is also sometimes —and incorrectly— applied to a variety of single-shot or falling-block actions that use a lever for cycling, such as the Martini–Henry or the Ruger No. 1.
Browning lever action takedown in .308, 2x 4 round magazines, scout mount and vortex scout scope, leupold 1” QD bases and rings and original sights included. Front fiber optic sight is broken. Rare and unique rifle.
I'm moving and selling a couple tricked out rifles. Each comes with everything shown/listed plus any accessories I find while packing. Ask for more detail. No trades or lowballs (maybe for an AUG or MDR). Local pickup only, you pay fees.
Ruger MPR 18":
PA 1-6x ACSS w/ Aero mount
.30-30, JM- stamped, Simmons 3-9x scope. I still have have flip-up sight if you'd rather go back to that
Looking to trade for project pieces; either a 20 inch upper, or a some kind of pistol upper assembly for an AR (5.56); AR parts (lower, trigger and optics); 9mm pistols (common handguns and...
Inspired by a couple other threads that I didn't want to derail. I wouldn't normally engage in such blasphemy, but I could see mounting a light-weight light system on this one:
Any recommendations? Thanks.
Winchester Model 94 Ranger .30-30
Serial # 6304362
Rifle is in great condition
$425 Moving soon, $325 SOLD
I will ship the rifle at your cost to FFL of your choice
I will deliver the rifle to FFL of your choice along the I-5 corridor from Cottage Grove, OR to Kelso, WA
The two pictures...
So, I am looking for a couple leather cartridge belts. (The kind that goes around a waist, not loaded into a machine-gun.) The purpose is to securely carry .38 Special and .44 Magnum cartridges when packing a lever-action carbine chambered in said. I'm find a bunch of false positives whilst...
Wish these would have been out when I bought my Remlin and made it into one of these. Although, at $950, not sure I would have been able to justify it. Remlin was $500 and I have maybe $750 into it.
Then I replaced it with an AR build in 450 Bushmaster that I have another $700 or so into.
As the .44 Magnum revolver is working out, I find myself tempted by a levergun in said. Time was, a Winchester or Marlin would be the obvious choice. I'm not sure of the former now and I'm avoiding the latter after dealing the last one (in .45/70). The Henry's do nothing for me from a...