Stainless Steel .357 Lever Action Carbine?

Stainless Steel .357 Lever Action Carbine?

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    Stainless Steel .357 Lever Action Carbine?

    Does anyone make a .357 Stainless Steel Lever Action Carbine? Anyone here own one?

    Links?

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    I believe that Marlin makes the 336SS in .357, or it might be the 1894. I'll have to search a bit.

    Here's the 1894CSS in .357... http://www.ozarkguns.com/rifles/marl...boy_rifles.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I believe that Marlin makes the 336SS in .357.
    I don't think Marlin offers the 336 frame in handgun cartridges, do they?
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    I've got a Rossi, they call it something else, I cannot remember, but it is in 45 Colt, buddy has one in 44 Mag, and I know they make 357 Mag too. It's a Winchester 92 clone. 16 inche barrell, sweet handy little carbine. Fit and finish I would grade a B+. Accuracy is about a B too. Fun gun, but a little overpriced IMO.

    Oh, and one other thing.....trawl the classifieds and GB. Often you can find one up for sale from someone getting out of Cowboy Action Shooting. Often, they have been "slicked" up a little too.

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    Yes, I am the happy owner of a Rossi Puma 16" stainless. I love it, it is the most fun gun I own. There are several manufacturers and distributers now. I suggest you check out www.leverguns.com. Lots of great info on all things lever action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigs View Post
    I suggest you check out www.leverguns.com. Lots of great info on all things lever action.
    Especially the articles by Frank "Paco" Kelly and Jim Taylor.
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    I have a Marlin 1894C Blued version in .357 Magnum. Great all around rifle. I'm sure the stainless steel version is just as awesome.
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    Like this? Marlin 1894css. They will run you about $650 -$700 maybe little more depending on your area.





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    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    Like this? Marlin 1894css. They will run you about $650 -$700 maybe little more depending on your area.





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    I agonized over it but chose a blued 1894C over a stainless version. The pics above are georgeous but in real life it seemed too bright and somehow out of place for a lever action. But if you're going to really carry it in the field a lot I suppose the stainless is the way to go. But somehow as much as I love stainless handguns, I just couldn't get over the look of a stainless lever. I will say that of all the lever action carbines out there, i think the Marlin 1894 in .357 is the best little rifle I've ever owned and shooting it with .38's makes you just grin!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Marlin obviously makes them, but personally.... I've never liked them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmyCop View Post
    Does anyone make a .357 Stainless Steel Lever Action Carbine? Anyone here own one?
    Marlin (Remington) has made several over the years. Have shot several of them. Currently, I've got a 1894 CP in .357 (blued) with 16" barrel that shoots wonderfully well. They also make the 336 lever-action. .357 magnums have come and gone from the lines, for decades. There are many good gunsmiths around for Marlin and Winchester lever-action rifles, so don't be afraid of the used market if you don't see what you want in the current lines.

    Winchester has started making a variety of lever-action rifles again, including their 1892 and 1894 lines, though with different models than previously offered before swapping over to the new "mother" company. If more interested in the prior lines, those can be found everywhere on the used market.

    Legacy Sports imports the Puma series of lever-action rifles. I've got a 1892 "Puma" lever-action carbine in .357 magnum, stainless. The item I purchased isn't made in the current lineup, though you can find them on Gunbroker and elsewhere.

    EMF used to sell the Hartfords lever-action rifles (made by Rossi), including in .357 and carbine. Rossi sold their 1892 lines to Taurus, but the Hartfords for EMF will no longer be made. So, it's limited to current stock, and what's on the used market.

    Rossi makes a variety of lever-actions. I've got a 1892 in stainless. Mine is a .44mag, though it's also available in .357mag.

    Uberti makes a few lever-actions, including some in .357 from time to time.

    Taylor's & Co. makes their 1873 lever-action rifles, including carbines and .357's.

    Cimmaron has their 1873 and 1892 lever-action rifles, including carbines and .357's.

    Henry Repeating Rifle Co. also makes a range of lever-actions, including some in .357mag.

    For a discussion group that's got lever-actions on the brain, check Leverguns.com. Over there, someone will be able to answer your questions, no matter what model of lever-action rifle you're talking about.

    There are lots of interesting lever-action rifles out there, including all the used examples from prior decades. With the excitement around "cowboy" shooting, companies like Taylor's, Cimarron, Uberti, Rossi and others have gotten into the game.
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    I own the 1895GS which is a .45/70 govt. in stainless steel and I love it. It is very enjoyable to shoot. Lever action rifles are a great addition to any collection.

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