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Old 09-18-2019, 10:24 AM
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So i did it. Bought a second win94. She has alot of patina and scars. Previous owner left in the truck behind the seat.
Long story short it was a measly 250.00. Yeah she isnt pretty but came with a skinner sight too.
Hope it shoots better than my mint 94.
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But does it look better than your truck?
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I'd love to find an old beat up ugly one for 250 bucks! Hell, I'd love to find three of them!
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So i did it. Bought a second win94. She has alot of patina and scars. Previous owner left in the truck behind the seat.
Long story short it was a measly 250.00. Yeah she isnt pretty but came with a skinner sight too.
Hope it shoots better than my mint 94.
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Didn't take any pics. But here is that ad that was posted at my gun club.
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Sorry but have to ask, what year is it?

I've got a '59 M94. Was my Dad's. Shows the wear of a well used deer gun.

One day I'll have a truck. This will ride in the back.
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Sorry but have to ask, what year is it?

I've got a '59 M94. Was my Dad's. Shows the wear of a well used deer gun.

One day I'll have a truck. This will ride in the back.
1976.

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Doesn't look bad at all. Nice find!
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Do you even have a truck? Lol
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Top eject post 64 beaters are great for turning into cast bullet rifles. 26" octagon barrel & mag, rifle forend wood and carbine style butt stock, and a good aperture sight and you're in business.
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I know right? Yes I have a pick up. No rack tho. Also have a Prius!

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Top eject post 64 beaters are great for turning into cast bullet rifles. 26" octagon barrel & mag, rifle forend wood and carbine style butt stock, and a good aperture sight and you're in business.
Wish I had a pre 65

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In spite of all the ether hype, they are nothing to write home about. Pre-war guns are a different matter. Even then, early ratty ones are OK to turn into shooters. They only made 6 or 7 million of them....
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I'm ever on the lookout for a pre war beater that shoots well enough I can do stuff to it without messing up a collectible.
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What kind of question is that?
The title says truck gun but his post only mentioned the guy he brought it from used it as a truck gun.
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Is the OP sure he wants to settle for an obsolete caliber?
Its a terrible cartridge and so difficult to reload.

I have a 2001-2002 Winchester 1894AE. I had some fun with it on Thursday, so well built, I hate it.
I'm on the hunt for a pre 64 gun.
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The title says truck gun


So what? I can't believe we'd have to explain this to anyone other than a total foreigner.

The two-word phrase "truck gun" is a universal term. It applies to any vehicle. It means "vehicle gun" that you'd stow away and not suffer any great financial loss if the vehicle were burglarized.

That someone would come along and actually *call* the OP on his post is... at best, immature.
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So what? I can't believe we'd have to explain this to anyone other than a total foreigner.

The two-word phrase "truck gun" is a universal term. It applies to any vehicle. It means "vehicle gun" that you'd stow away and not suffer any great financial loss if the vehicle were burglarized.
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You guys are gonna hate me in a few days for continuing to promote the SKS. I can't think of a better truck gun than the SKS. They were $70.00 to $90.00 in the 80s and early 90s. I wish I was buying guns back then
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Congrats on the 94 OP, your going to love it.

Another idea is to look for a 94AE. The selling price on the one I mentioned above was $380.00 (GB) It was pretty much a new gun, showed no signs of being shot. I know, its has the ugly cross bolt safty but who cares, its a truck gun.

You can also find good deals on post 1964 model 1894 guns.

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So what? I can't believe we'd have to explain this to anyone other than a total foreigner.



The two-word phrase "truck gun" is a universal term. It applies to any vehicle. It means "vehicle gun" that you'd stow away and not suffer any great financial loss if the vehicle were burglarized.



That someone would come along and actually *call* the OP on his post is... at best, immature.


I thought he was hunting trucks. My first response was that he’s gonna need a bigger caliber. Them things are tough. But a Prius? Could stop it with a straw and spit wad.


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I think straws are off the roster in California...
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Is the OP sure he wants to settle for an obsolete caliber?
? Oh no. Dang it's obsolete? Now what do I do with all my brass, projectiles, dies and shellplate?
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Congrats on the 94 OP, your going to love it.

Another idea is to look for a 94AE. The selling price on the one I mentioned above was $380.00 (GB) It was pretty much a new gun, showed no signs of being shot. I know, its has the ugly cross bolt safty but who cares, its a truck gun.

You can also find good deals on post 1964 model 1894 guns.

Look at these.
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In need of a 92. We had a robbery many years ago. In the loss, were 3 model 92s pre 64. Irreplaceable. 2 were custom 38/357. One fitted with a peep sight, side mounted to the receiver. The other my dad had some weird rear site installed. It was a peep site, but mounted where the original rear sat.
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Hee!

But, wait! Wasn't the .357 known in the mid-1930's to be able to penetrate an engine block?

Contrary to popular belief, I wasn't around then.

Hahrrr...
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Crack an engine block maybe. Cast iron was maybe more brittle in 1930 than now. Plus the .357 Magnum was more powerful back then, it's been downloaded since, like 10 mm was downloaded.
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Exactly, it would depend on the bullet construction, bullet weight, and load.

And never overlook that even modern commercial .357 using SJSP from a carbine barrel is "a whole different animal".

How'd we get here, anyway? Oh, "hunting trucks". rofl.
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Not a fun range gun in my opinion. No offense.
No offense taken. Curious why isn't it a fun range gun? It's not made for 100 yards but out to 75 it's fine. There is something about a old lever gun, that makes me smile when I pull the trigger. And it's not black and scary looking lol.

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Too much recoil for it's given range. Ballistics are similar to 7.62 X 39, but I can shoot more of that from a 6-lb bolt carbine than I can .30WCF from a 6.5 lb lever.

The newest Marlins, on the other hand, are fitted with an excellent recoil pad rather than the old plastic buttplate. The Win '92/'94 and their clones have metal buttplates.
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No worries! though, because you do have a fantastic truck gun, and one worthy of humanely taking deer. The Winchester 1894 chambered in .30WCF/.30-30 has put more meat on the American table than perhaps any other firearm and chambering (with the possible exception of the .22 rimfire).

For a fun range gun, we recommend any lever carbine in .357, or even .41 (if you can find one then be willing to pay for it).

Too, .44 Special (and/or an equivalent load in Magnum brass) from a lever carbine is DELICIOUS.

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Too much recoil for it's given range. Ballistics are similar to 7.62 X 39, but I can shoot more of that from a 6-lb bolt carbine than I can .30WCF from a 6.5 lb lever.



The newest Marlins, on the other hand, are fitted with an excellent recoil pad rather than the old plastic buttplate. The Win '92/'94 and their clones have metal buttplates.
Oh, that!
Agreed. But compared to my 300 win mag, everything else feels like a .22.
I shoot alot of clays, over under no recoil system just a small rubber pad. So the 3020 seems mild.
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No worries! though, because you do have a fantastic truck gun, and one worthy of humanely taking deer. The Winchester 1894 chambered in .30WCF/.30-30 has put more meat on the American table than perhaps any other firearm and chambering (with the possible exception of the .22 rimfire).



For a fun range gun, we recommend any lever carbine in .357, or even .41 (if you can find one then be willing to pay for it).



Too, .44 Special (and/or an equivalent load in Magnum brass) from a lever carbine is DELICIOUS.



Yes those pistol caliber 94 and 92 are fun. How is the 41? Worth getting? Dang it another caliber...


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