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  1. General Chit Chat
    The wide-spread adoption of the metallic cartridge shortly after the close of the American Civil War signaled a massive step forward in firearms technology. Many iconic cartridges emerged during the period between 1865 and 1890, cartridges like the 45 Colt, the 38-40 WCF, and the 44-40 Win, just...
  2. General Chit Chat
    There’s something deliciously nostalgic about lever-action rifles. They have an aura and mystique about them, especially when you use one as a hunting rifle. It’s as though you’ve been transported back to another time, a simpler time when the big game freely roamed the forests and Great Plains...
  3. Lever Action Talk
    According to their website Henry has come out with a new lever gun in .45-70 with a steel reciever. According to the web site it can handle all the differant .45-70 loads including the heavy ones. Any one seen one in a store yet? Henry Repeating Arms | Fine Rifles Made in America and Priced Right
  4. Lever Action Talk
    I've recently become interested in the 45-70 caliber. While shopping around I noticed that marlin offers the model 1895 in 45-70 in a few different barrell lengths. The rate of twist for all is 1:20. I am wondering what if any difference in accuracy I should expect say between a 18.5'' barrell...
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