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It was a rainy overcast day and I am bored so I took a few pics of some of my Rifles and pistols that are the same caliber. Feel free to post up your combo's.

First up is a couple of 44 mags 1894 and a Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter
1894C 357 and SW Model 66-1
1894CP 357 and Colt Python
39M Octagon and SW Model 41

Now you will notice my SW model 57 41 mag all by itself waiting patiently for a 1894 to be by its side :(
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Well can't post pictures of my Marlins as of yet. I do not have combos for them except one which is my Marlin 1955 Mountie and a Ruger Single Six 50th anniversary. I just layed away a Uberti in .357 to go with my Marlin 1894CSBL. Have a Colt Woodsman Match Target to go with my Marlin 1966 Mountie. No pictures as of yet. But I do have pictures of the following not Marlin rifles combos.

I really enjoy looking at your fine combos, especially that 39M Octagon. Thanks for the invite.

Uberti 1873 Deluxe only 250 made in 45 Colt with an Beretta Stampede in 45 Colt.





Uberti/Cimarron 1866 in 22LR and Uberti Cattleman Stallion 22LR

 

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Bigdog357, I love the grips on your Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter. Very pretty, and I'll bet they're functional too in a .44 mag.
Thanks, yes they are very comfortable to shoot with. I picked those Herretts up out of a parts bin in a gun store. They are not really for the this model. I stripped them down and reshaped them to fit my gun then refinished them. I like the old school skip checkering that are on them.
 

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Marlin 1894SS and Pietta Remington New Model Army stainless. Ready for foul weather.

Fun stainless fact, The first rifle made commercially in quantity with a stainless steel bolt was the Mannlicher-Steyr M1895 straight pull in 8x50R Austrian. Troops of the Austro-Hungarian Empire carried this rifle to the end of WW1. Extremely well made and finished, captured M1895's were a prize. The Russians and Italians issued them to their troops. Russia set up a production line to manufacture 8x50R ammunition. In 1918, 1919 and 1920, thousands of M1895's were given as War Reparations to several different Countries in Europe and the Balkans. They soldiered through to the the end of WW2.


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2007 Marlin 1895CB in 45 Colt and a 1980 S&W Mod 25-5 in 45 Colt
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2006 Marlin 444XLR and a 2012 Ruger TALO Super Blackhawk in 44 Mag
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It would take all day for me to pull out all my stuff out and photograph them and put them on here and put them back up. Especially with my broken right wrist.

I鈥檒l do that in the future. But I will list them here now. Trust me one handed on an ipad isn鈥檛 easy our fast.
22 lr: Marin 881, 39 Golden and a few others go with my Ruger single six and Bearcat
22 WRM: 1894M, Savage 93 match the Ruger Super Single Six.
.357 magnum: 1894CB LTD and CSS match the Ruger Vaquero Bisley and Dan Wesson pistol pack.
44/40: 1894 CB LTD go with the Ruger Vaquero Bisley.
44 magnum: 1894 CBC Ltd, SS and 2 Ruger carbines to pair with Ruger vaquero Bisley.
41 magnum: 1894 FG to match an OM SBH 4 5/8鈥.
45 Colt: 1894 CB LTD goes with the Ruger Vaquero Bisley.

I am on pain meds and I鈥檓 sure I forgot something and another caliber. All pistols are blued or case colored. Not a fan of stainless pistols especially.
 
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