I'd like to see same cal' pistol/lever&Long guns please!

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Knuckles

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Here's one... 357mag.

I want to get a lever gun in .45Colt

Any pistol/long gun combo will do... in the same caliber.

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GoFullAuto

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Three gun combo, all .44 maggies. :D Still have to make a better picture but this is the state now.

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That little Winchester is a bit hard on the shoulder but soooo fun to shoot, with people looking at you every time you work the action (levers are not common here) :D :D

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Cherokee

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First are my 45 Colt LA rifles

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My 45 Colt Rugers for CAS

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Then the 32-20 LA's

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And 32-20 Rugers

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Just to be different, set of 45 ACP's

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Hashknife Hartley

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Well, here's the best I could come up with out of my inventory:
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Uberti '73 in .44 Special and Ruger OM's converted to .44 Special and Colt style backstraps. The cylinder bags have 44-40 cylinders in them that fit the Ruger's.

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Marlin '94 in 32-20 with pair of Ruger OM Single Sixes converted to .32 H&R; they make a nice combo in .32's.

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Had to really reach for this one, as the pistols are safe queens; an EMF '92 with custom 26" barrel in .45 Colt (the original barrel looked like the Burma road when you looked down it), with a set of Ruger OM .45 Colts, one a verified brass framed 4 5/8's (it's number is in Dugans new book) and the other a 7 1/2" barreled standard type.
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KTM

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Here's some of my Lever/Revolver combos.

Winchester model 9422M, .22Mag and Ruger Single Six convertible .22/.22 mag.

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Marlin 1894 (s/n dates it to 1902) in .32-20 and a Ruger New Model Blackhawk "Buckeye Special" convertible .32 H&R Mag/ .32-20 and a Ruger Vaquero Convertible (Donaldson's Special Edition) in .32 H&R Mag/ .32-20.

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Winchester model 94AE .44 Mag and a Ruger Vaquero in .44 Mag.

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Marlin model 1895 .45 Colt and a selection of Ruger Vaqueros in .45 Colt.

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Henry Golden Boy in .22LR and a Ruger Bearcat in .22LR.

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Hashknife Hartley

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'Ya never know Otony, I'm getting more and more disenchanted with CAS all the time, what with the over emphasis on speed and drug store cowboy stuff only, so it might be for sale one of these days. Took me a while to find it several years ago, but it's fun to shoot with a snoot full of black powder, as are the pistolas.
HH
 
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Hashknife Hartley":wu1wnbfy said:
'Ya never know Otony, I'm getting more and more disenchanted with CAS all the time, what with the over emphasis on speed and drug store cowboy stuff only, so it might be for sale one of these days. Took me a while to find it several years ago, but it's fun to shoot with a snoot full of black powder, as are the pistolas.
HH

Hey HH
How can us guys that shoot the Holy Black and I assume you do be concerned about speed. :D :D Yea is a changing game but it's still the only one in town. That is why I shoot Frontiersman or frontier cartridge duelist at the major matches and Silver Senior at the local matches.
What up PM me if you want.
I remember when Alan was building up those fine 32s :D :D
I saw them before you got to. :roll:
Take care Pard,
Jim
 

Chance

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Daisy's
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Henry 22, Erl Svensen and Rugers
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30 Carbine 30-30 Marlin
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357 Marlin and Flattop
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45 Marlin and NM Ruger
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