Modernizing your Levergun

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444Hal
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Re: Modernizing your Levergun

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Besides, a corvette won't make it across the yard where you really need a 4-wheel drive.
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Lar45
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Re: Modernizing your Levergun

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Here's my tactical Levergun...
It has the Picatinny ring up front to mount a Green Hog Light on...

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That oughta thump anything that needs thumped...!
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This guy 'qualified' on an Ohio Police Tactical Carbine Course with his Marlin 1894...

https://youtu.be/XcUoGQIST1U

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Cool video, thanks Doc! -A-
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Re: Modernizing your Levergun

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Heck I remember when the whole idea behind the AR15/M16 was light and handy. They finally made the thing work halfa$$ed but it sure ain’t light and handy anymore.
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Re: Modernizing your Levergun

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Yeah I have a really light AR, but my 'go-to' one has a heavy 18" barrel and an ACOG sight and so-on so is definitely NOT. 'light weight's.

Here's a series on 'tactical' (I hate that over-used word) levergun setups.

https://youtu.be/lpTtLoOe2nc?list=PL5_F ... rRsYqExLcn
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Re: Modernizing your Levergun

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My R92 is 20" barrel, standard wood/blued and wears a bushnell red dot and flashlight with remote pressure switch. Being a Rossi Im not too concerned about it getting wet or dirty.
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