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    I see them around from time to time. I would like the shakra version but never saw one at any LGS. I do run into the HR trapdoors also on occasion.

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    no, but a nice gun!

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    you can buy only two weapons per six months in germany. i am so undecided, because it is historical incorrect.
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    I this right, that the "WH" in front of the serial number means the production in 2006?
    ´70 .35 Rem 336 20"
    ´08 .45 Colt 1894 Cowboy 20"
    ´65 .30-30 336 RC Saddle Ring Texan 20"
    ´79 Marlin 444 22"

    Team 35 Rem #611
    Team 1894 #437
    Team Mauser #58
    Team 444 #719

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    You do have a dilemma... One the one hand you have the chance to get a really nice single shot 45-70. On the other it is not historically accurate...

    It sure looks and shoots like a gun I would love to have...

    Are there any historically accurate rifles available to you at this time? Or are you in a waiting game right now?
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    ´70 .35 Rem 336 20"
    ´08 .45 Colt 1894 Cowboy 20"
    ´65 .30-30 336 RC Saddle Ring Texan 20"
    ´79 Marlin 444 22"

    Team 35 Rem #611
    Team 1894 #437
    Team Mauser #58
    Team 444 #719

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    There are 3-4 weapons at this time available, mostly Winchester leveraction in .44-40Win, (mostly made in italy) but i am thinking, i am shooting a .45-70 more like .44-40 (i would to buy it for my cowboy action shooting one time per year)
    I love my .444Marlin more like the .45 Colt.
    ´70 .35 Rem 336 20"
    ´08 .45 Colt 1894 Cowboy 20"
    ´65 .30-30 336 RC Saddle Ring Texan 20"
    ´79 Marlin 444 22"

    Team 35 Rem #611
    Team 1894 #437
    Team Mauser #58
    Team 444 #719

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    What is the ammunition availability of 45-70 and 44-40?
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    Fair winds and following seas Dad...

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    I am reloading the cartridges for my weapons myself. It is not a difference from .45-70 to .44-40 for me. i think the .45-70 factory ammunition is more available in the gunstore in town. but i don´t buy factory ammunition for my guns.
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    ´70 .35 Rem 336 20"
    ´08 .45 Colt 1894 Cowboy 20"
    ´65 .30-30 336 RC Saddle Ring Texan 20"
    ´79 Marlin 444 22"

    Team 35 Rem #611
    Team 1894 #437
    Team Mauser #58
    Team 444 #719

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    Mine is super accurate and a hoot to shoot
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