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  • 92FSTech

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    I've always thought a 9mm lever-action would be awesome...cheap plinking and massive capacity! You'd want to source a flat-nosed bullet, though, to keep bad things from happening in the magazine tube. And I agree...while we're at it, they might as well make it in 10mm and .45 ACP, too, because I'd want those as well. :D

    The 9mm levergun and a reliable, locked-breech 9mm M1 Carbine (not the junk blowback copies) are two long gund I'd love to see get developed. I think they'd sell well, too.
     

    Michigan Slim

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    Well, let's see.....
    Marlin 39 in .22. Great plinker.
    Marlin 1894 in .44 mag. Great deer rifle.
    Marlin 336 .30-30. Deer rifle!!!!
    Marlin 1895, .45-70. Load for rabbits to charging trucks.
    Winchester 1894 in .30-30. See above.
    Winchester 1894 in .44mag. See above
    Winchester 1892 in .44 mag
    Winchester 1873 in .357. Runs FAST! Usually run .38 Specials.
    All are great guns, all are fun. Choices, choices
     

    Bighoss91

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    I could really go for 1 in 10mm or 41mag.
    My outside the norm would be 7.62x39 for fun or 300blk for maybe the ultimate suppressor host.

    Or maybe a 460mag from I think big horn armory?
     
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    Tyler-The-Piker

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    Well, let's see.....
    Marlin 39 in .22. Great plinker.
    Marlin 1894 in .44 mag. Great deer rifle.
    Marlin 336 .30-30. Deer rifle!!!!
    Marlin 1895, .45-70. Load for rabbits to charging trucks.
    Winchester 1894 in .30-30. See above.
    Winchester 1894 in .44mag. See above
    Winchester 1892 in .44 mag
    Winchester 1873 in .357. Runs FAST! Usually run .38 Specials.
    All are great guns, all are fun. Choices, choices
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    jmarriott

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    The 35 rem is a rimless round and works in the 336 so other rimless rounds will work.

    What few problems I have seen with several 35 rem are the long chambers marlin’s machines cut in some of them. I have purchase three that the owner stated would not fire sometimes. The 35 rem rest on the shoulder of the barrel not in the rim of the case. These rifles had a long chamber (I think the machines got out of spec in some cases.

    I can see this being the issue with the 9mm lever gun. Along with the big variety of ammo shapes and to an extent sizes of rounds. Might feed round ball from Winchester but not for fouchi and hollow points from federal and not from Winchester.
    Glocks are forgiving because of I support chambers. You are going to need a support chamber in a lever gun.
     

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