Hey all, if some of you hang out in Revolvers you have no doubt seen my steady stream of posts regarding researching, buying, and shooting .357s and .44Mags. Now its time to think about some buddies (also thinking about a DBL Barrel 12 Gauge w/ exposed hammers)for my wheelguns. So now that I have some of those under my belt my thoughts have begun to drift over to a Lever action rifle to compliment them. Here is what I know in no particular order, and if anyone wants to refine any point just jump in: I know Marlin, I have shot Marlin .22s, they make a fine product, and the "Cowboy" model chambered for pistol calibers is frequently on sale for $399 at a local sporting goods shop. If I do go Marlin I can go one of two ways, handgun caliber or something with a little more (o.k Alot more) punch like 45-70. I don't hunt so it will be all range fun. Which would instantly make you think to rule out the 45-70 until I priced .44Magnum! The real deal would be in .357 for me. Do rifles accept the Special rounds like revolvers can? And what is Leverlution (?) ammo, is not all ammo liked by Leveractions? Well thats a running start, thank you all in advance, RFB Who else besides Marlin is making well priced (I'd say Under $800+- as that is what my Browning Varmint cost) Leveractions?