Winchester 1886 45/70  An improvement over the 1873, the 1886 Winchester was chambered for such powerful cartridges as the 45/70 and 45/90. It is likely the strongest lever action rifle ever made, and lead to modern designs. It took lever actions out of the pistol cartridge class and into the Big Bore world.

Winchester 1886 45/70 An improvement over the 1873, the 1886 Winchester was chambered for such powerful cartridges as the 45/70 and 45/90. It is likely the strongest lever action rifle ever made, and lead to modern designs. It took lever actions out of the pistol cartridge class and into the Big Bore world.

Winchester rifle 1894 lever action .32 caliber. Octagonal barrel. 1908 or 1911 manufacture date. Gun that won the west.

Winchester rifle 1894 lever action .32 caliber. Octagonal barrel. 1908 or 1911 manufacture date. Gun that won the west.

The Springfield Trapdoor (coversion) rifle

The Springfield Trapdoor (coversion) rifle

gunrunnerhell:  Bolt Gauge An interesting pair of bolt-action shotguns that are magazine fed. Note the AK underfolding stock. Maybe someone ...

gunrunnerhell: Bolt Gauge An interesting pair of bolt-action shotguns that are magazine fed. Note the AK underfolding stock. Maybe someone ...

I have harvested multiple deer with this rifle.  My best at 200yards.  With the right shot placement and ammo, there no better humane way to harvest a deer.  Love my lever action!

I have harvested multiple deer with this rifle. My best at 200yards. With the right shot placement and ammo, there no better humane way to harvest a deer. Love my lever action!

www.pinterest.com/1895gunner/  Spencer repeating rifles were designed in 1860 and saw some civil war action. The smaller carbine as we see in this illustration, was a popular gun in the early west. The original design was completed by Christopher Spencer in 1860, and was for a magazine-fed, lever-operated rifle chambered for the .56-56 Spencer rimfire cartridge. The pictured carbine was shorter and used a 56-50 caliber copper cased rimfire cartridge that was usually headstamped.

www.pinterest.com/1895gunner/ Spencer repeating rifles were designed in 1860 and saw some civil war action. The smaller carbine as we see in this illustration, was a popular gun in the early west. The original design was completed by Christopher Spencer in 1860, and was for a magazine-fed, lever-operated rifle chambered for the .56-56 Spencer rimfire cartridge. The pictured carbine was shorter and used a 56-50 caliber copper cased rimfire cartridge that was usually headstamped.

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