1895 45-70 GS, 1894 45 Colt
Super Blackhawk 44 Mag. Henry 22LR Frontier
Rossi M-92 454 Casull
"When I hold you in my arms
and I feel my finger on your trigger
I know nobody can do me no harm"..
"The beauty of the second amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it away."
"Now that Obama won again we shall see if this statement becomes reality" GB45
Marlin League #30
Team 1894 #5
Team .30-30 #261
Team .35 #329
Team 39 #174
Team .45-70 # 303
Team Old Pharts #51
How cool is that Eli! It made me read all the way to the bottom ... but, in honor of Davy Jones, I'm a believer.
9) 1894 Conversion Cartridges
Left to right: 44 Magnum and 454 Casull (for comparison); 41 M3 (McPherson Marlin Maximum), 44 M3, 458 M3, 480 Ruger (fires in 475 Linebaugh conversion rifle), 475 Linebaugh, 475 M3, 50 AE, and 50 M3. From left to right, these represent a few of the feasible conversion chamberings for the 1894 Marlin. (Note that bullets used in some of these mocked up prototypes are wholly inappropriate, longer cast bullets would be superior choices for some.)