Not much of a hand with the rifle, but I've gotten a few over the years.
Top is my Marlin .22, my first gun of any kind. Next is a Marlin 336T in .30-30. Bottom is an octagon barreled Winchester 94. I bought this in a pawn shop years ago, and replaced the front sight with one from a Hawken replica.
And, a Ruger 10/22 with 4X Redfield Widefield scope:
Looks good there Bob. You got everything covered from squirrel to deer. That's about all a man needs east of the Mississippi. They will all keep the pot full. Good luck with them.
Thats a nice collection Bob.
PS: You started those age polls but never told us your age group. That's cheating.
I think he said one time he was two days older than baseball. Now I might be wrong or had peanut butter in my ears. I just can't remember.
I'm not surprised that you're a fan of the lever action. Those are some good looking rifles.
Nice guns Bob, what caliber is the Winchester?
the Winchester is .30-30. I've had my eye on a Marlin 1894 in .32 Win. Special. This an old deer rifle from the northwoods, flat bolt, straight grip carbine with 2/3 magazine.
As to the lever gun, I shoot long guns from the left side, so levers work for me. I know left handed bolt guns are available, but they're pretty hard to dispose of when swappin'.
(And no, it was not I that claimed to be older than baseball. I'm 69 years of age, for the record.)
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