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.243 Levergun?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by M.E.Eldridge, Mar 13, 2006.

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  1. M.E.Eldridge

    M.E.Eldridge Member

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    Does anyone make a levergun in .243Win? I want a .243 and think a levergun would be really good for me. If no company currently makes such a gun, has any ever? If so, what would I expect to pay for one and where might I find it.
     
  2. spooney

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    Browning BLR about 700+ from your local Wal-mart.
     
  3. Car Knocker

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    And there's always the classic: Savage 99 in .243, though no longer manufactured.
     
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    The Winchester Model 88 was chambered in .243.
     
  5. SwampWolf

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    As was the long discontinued Sako Finwolf.
     
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    dittos to car knocker, you can go to a gun show and pick one up or possibly a wnny 1895, or the savage 99 in 250-3000.
     
  7. T.R.

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    Browning's BLR is still made and available wherever rifles are sold. Savage 99 was still built up to 1996 and it shouldn't be too hard to locate a good one in this cartridge.

    Winchester 88 faded from production 33 years ago. Sako Finnwolf model vanished at about the same time. These two will take some time to find in .243.
    TR
     
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