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  1. 1894
    Just wanted to post a short range report on my new Henry X Model in 357. Shot approx 250 rounds through the Henry. No issues other than what is stated below at this point. I was just cycling rounds and not trying to look at accuracy but it appears to shoot very straight and repeatable. Will do...
  2. 1894
    For those that were with me on my original journey. Anyone new can do a search under my user name and should find the modifications i needed to make in order to load rounds. I have close to 2000 rounds through my first one, the one with all the "junk" on it. LOL. Its still shooting sweet and...
  3. 1894
    I just got what I assume to be a decent deal on a 1894cb in .357. I was told it's a JM and all that but when I do some poking around on the internet I start to wonder. For one, the JM stamp looks like a mis-strike. It definitely does not look like it could say REP. The address is in North Haven...
  4. Ranger Point Precision
    Hi Friends - We're excited to announce our new Marlin Polymer Forearms. Stay tuned for the butt stocks as well. :-) Let us know what you think! After much pleading from customers, RPP is excited to introduce our new all weather, M-LOK forend for Marlin lever guns. This robust, glass-filled...
  5. Ranger Point Precision
    Hi MOF Friends - As you know, we do not do a ton of specials but the nanny [in the photo] talked me into a Valentine's Special. :cool: Good for all of our performance parts for Marlin Firearms, Henry Repeating Arms, Steyr Arms, and Springfield Armory. This includes some of our best selling...
  6. 1894
    Hi. I was just kicking around in the .22 forum and thought I would just post a quick update on the 2013 1894 C I bought new, made in Ilion New York stamped on the barrel. I shoot about 150 rounds a month with it and have done so since I bought it. Lead heads and my own cowboy action load. It...
  7. Ranger Point Precision
    No doubt more than enough was written about the first magnum revolver cartridge--the mighty little .357--in the years following its introduction in 1934. The (now) wee beast kicked off a new arms race in handgun cartridges, but it ruled the roost for long enough to cement its place among the...
  8. Reloading
    Howdy Everyone, I am pretty surprised by it myself, but I seem to have recently become a lever addict! In the last 3 months I've added two 1892s in 357 (winchester/miroku & Rossi), a Henry Big Boy 357, a browning BL22, a Winchester 9422 XTR, and last but not least a 1966 336RC in 35 REM. I...
  9. MENTORS/STUDENTS NEEDED
    Howdy Everyone, I am pretty surprised by it myself, but I seem to have recently become a lever addict! In the last 3 months I've added two 1892s in 357 (winchester/miroku & Rossi), a Henry Big Boy 357, a browning BL22, a Winchester 9422 XTR, and last but not least a 1966 336RC in 35 REM. I...
  10. Welcome New Members
    Howdy Everyone, I am pretty surprised by it myself, but I seem to have recently become a lever addict! In the last 3 months I've added two 1892s in 357 (winchester/miroku & Rossi), a Henry Big Boy 357, a browning BL22, a Winchester 9422 XTR, and last but not least a very nice condtion little...
  11. Welcome New Members
    Have some family history with a Marlin that is long gone. Now we have a teenage son and are going to the range on occasion, killing paper targets & clay pigeons. I have explained to him how beautiful that old .357 was that my Gramp had and was stolen. It pleased the eye, even when I was a boy...
  12. 1894
    Thought I would share some information and a few photos of my Marlin 1894CSS .357 Mag. that I ordered online last year from Olde English Outfitters (www.oeoutfitters.com) who, after a whole lot of searching, happened to be one of the only shops that have it in stock and for the best price. I...
  13. Rossi & Team Rossi
    Favorite .357 Factory Hunting Ammo for the R92? What's your favorite factory ammunition for the Rossi R92 in .357 Magnum? For use on whitetail, coyote, raccoon, oppossum, etc.
  14. Rossi & Team Rossi
    I'm considering buying a Rossi R92 in .357 Magnum? Should I go with the 16" or 20" barrel? This will probably be an under 100 yard rifle for me...
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