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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #130 on: September 10, 2008, 07:41:53 PM »
MB,

How's the vid on this subject going?
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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #131 on: September 11, 2008, 01:08:06 AM »
A dollar's worth of flat black spray paint makes any firearm "tactical".  ;D  Tack on the name Tactical and you can sell anything.

A handful of .44 Mag LeveRevolution ammo in a Trapper model 94 should take the fight out of anyone. Since I made mine into a half-magazine it's only 6 shots instead of 10. If that and a .45 auto doesn't do the trick, the C-Mag for my AR-15 is already loaded. I also believe a jury will look at an EBR (evil black rifle) and think "machinegun" but America's favorite deer hunting rifles are more innocent looking. It makes a difference when you live in an anti-gun blue state that makes over $3 BILLION a year in hunting and fishing revenue. Chances are 2 of 12 jurors are hunters. They can tell the other 10 what's up.
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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #132 on: October 27, 2008, 11:53:59 PM »
Hello, I just had an ich and couldn't scratch it, i.e. I had to add my two cents.  I have used the terrible black rifle, owned on for a short time, I have currently a hall way in my house that is about three feet wide. I can not get my Ruger Mk II down the hall way
or my Remington Model 11 12 guage, they are too long. Last year I was going to purchase a Ruger Mini 14, but for some reason
I purchased a Puma 92 in .357 magnum and a Tauras 627 Tracker also in .357 magnum. Two weapons on ammo, the Puma now
weres the large loop, but I found its 20inches also combusome. So off to my dealer and I came home with a Puma 92 in 45 colt and a Ruger Vaqero too. The little carbine is great, perfect size and at a 100 yards I can still hit a pop can. Now I have no intention of trying to acheive 1/2 MOA with this weapon, not what it was inteded for, its light compact came with a saddle ring
and I found a single point slinge at Cableas intended for AR's that works perfectly, keeps the carbine at the ready when I am hunting. Oh and its a hell of a lot lighter then my MkII. Why does everything have to be black and have a ton of add ons to be "cool "  Like my RAI  (1911) my carbine is a tool, and so far it has worked for me. oh and my wife doesn't have to think hard if she has to use it ie did I seat my magazine or did I charge the weapon, nope rack the lever and doe your buisness, and the cool thing
you can cock it just like the Duke did, well unloaded that is not about to shoot myself

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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #133 on: October 28, 2008, 07:13:06 AM »
Dakota,

Tell me more about the sling and post pics if you can.

I have the .454/45 Puma 18 inch.
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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #134 on: October 28, 2008, 08:18:09 AM »
Tactical:

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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #135 on: October 28, 2008, 10:57:21 AM »
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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #136 on: October 28, 2008, 10:02:49 PM »
Here is a pic of the sling, got it from Cabelas works great but chafes my neck a bit
I will try to get a pic of the carbine on here by the weekend

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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #137 on: October 29, 2008, 03:14:05 PM »
I like your sling idea, but be very cautious with any sling that can get anywhere near an exposed hammer, or get caught between the lever and the trigger!!!!
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Re: TACTICAL LEVER ACTION
« Reply #138 on: October 29, 2008, 08:55:03 PM »
I like your sling idea, but be very cautious with any sling that can get anywhere near an exposed hammer, or get caught between the lever and the trigger!!!!

I understand your caution but the way I have it set up I don't think that will be a problem with the sling getting caught by the hammer or trigger, but overconfidence can be a killer, thank you for the advice. As stated earlier I will have pictures of this set up by Sunday night or Monday morning, its inventory time at work and the last weekend of Cascade Black Tail season here in Oregon so I am swamped

 

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