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I'm thinking of buying a short barreled lever action in 44 mag.  Any suggestions on what to get?  I'm thinking maybe the Rossi Ranch hand.  I saw this in American Rifleman magazine.  It's got a short 12 inch barrel.  How is that legal?  Anyways, here is the article.  It's about half way down the page.
http://www.americanrifleman.org/ArticlePage.aspx?id=2447&cid=1
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 I reckon it's legal because it's advertised as a pistol.
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It maybe because it is only offered in pistol round chambers. Looks handy though.
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

henry's big boy.
http://www.henryrepeating.com/h006_bigboy.cfm

I like the looks of it, but the barrel is a bit long and its quite heavy. 
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BRAND: Legacy Sports Intl|Puma # OF MAGS:
MODEL: Puma M92 Lever Action Rifle with Large Loop SAFETY: Manual Safety
TYPE: Rifle SIGHTS: Open Sights
CALIBER: 44M BARREL LENGTH: 16" Round Barrel
FINISH: Blue OVERALL LENGTH: 34"
ACTION: Lever Action WEIGHT: 6.6 lbs
STOCK: Wood, Non-Checkered, Straight Grip PACKAGING:
CAPACITY: 7+1 FEATURES: Tubular Magazine
CHOKES: FEATURES: Large Loop, Saddle Ring
CHAMBER: BUTT PLATE: Crescent Butt Plate
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That one just might work,  Earl.  1000 bucks, though.

I wonder if it is possible to shoulder this one and aim ok.


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If you put a real stock on the Ranch Hand then you have a NFA firearm (10 years & 10,000$ fine) unless you get the NFA paper work.  Then most places will not allow you to hunt with it.  The Ranch hand is for all the Steve Mc Queen wantabes.
 
Winchester/Browning has some model 92s out.  Me, I'd get a Marlin... Now, if you could find a Ruger # 3Excellent
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I like the Marlin 1894 in stainless
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 I've seen that Puma listed for just over $800. 
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Originally posted by silver silver wrote:

If you put a real stock on the Ranch Hand then you have a NFA firearm (10 years & 10,000$ fine) unless you get the NFA paper work.  Then most places will not allow you to hunt with it.  The Ranch hand is for all the Steve Mc Queen wantabes.
 
Winchester/Browning has some model 92s out.  Me, I'd get a Marlin... Now, if you could find a Ruger # 3Excellent
 
I thought when they repealed the assalt weapons ban it done away with all those
BS laws??????????????and a private gun owner can switch stocks back and forth, but
a dealer cant????????????????????
 
but +1 on getting a Marlin I think he'd be better off in the long run.
or find an old winchester.......pre sell out...........
I picked up a few rossis and they look kinda of crappy to me although I haven't looked
at the ranch hand????????most the time now when I ask for a gun and the dealer
says Rossi I say hold up, sorry no rossi please....
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 I see Marlin offers/offered a Model 1894P w/a 16.25"bbl in .44 Magnum?
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Originally posted by bert gummer bert gummer wrote:

Originally posted by silver silver wrote:

If you put a real stock on the Ranch Hand then you have a NFA firearm (10 years & 10,000$ fine) unless you get the NFA paper work.  Then most places will not allow you to hunt with it.  The Ranch hand is for all the Steve Mc Queen wantabes.
 
Winchester/Browning has some model 92s out.  Me, I'd get a Marlin... Now, if you could find a Ruger # 3Excellent
 
I thought when they repealed the assalt weapons ban it done away with all those
BS laws??????????????and a private gun owner can switch stocks back and forth, but
a dealer cant????????????????????
 
but +1 on getting a Marlin I think he'd be better off in the long run.
or find an old winchester.......pre sell out...........
I picked up a few rossis and they look kinda of crappy to me although I haven't looked
at the ranch hand????????most the time now when I ask for a gun and the dealer
says Rossi I say hold up, sorry no rossi please....
 
That (AWB) has/had nothing to do with NFA laws. This is SBR and AOW stuff, even thought it is a lever gun.  Go do some light reading on the BAFTE web site. Remember these are the people that said a shoe string is a machine gun, so don't expect it to make sence, it is "just" the law.
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