Helpful Hint

Hello.  Busy day.  But here’s something that might help someone out there.  Let’s say you live in a VolksRepublik/GunFreeState  that would send you to Prison for a Term far longer than a GangBanger knifing a Nun would get just for having an AR.  So what can you do?  Here’s a hint a Buddy of mine who lives in Kalifornia sent me.  He’s using a Rossi Lever Gun in .357 to match his Smith Revolver.  But to speed up his reload time for the Lever Gun, he attached a Stock Pouch and filled it with Speed Strips.  Says it’s a LOT faster than pulling off one Cartridge at a time off a Belt Loop draped over his shoulder. Line it up to the Gate, push it in, pop it off, use the next cartridge to seat the First one, continue until loaded.  Those of you out there running Lever Guns in .357 and/or .44, try it and see if it works for you.  Hope this helps.  Bubblehead Les Out.

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5 thoughts on “Helpful Hint

  1. Murphy's Law

    Interesting idea. Since I use a Marlin lever gun in .357 as a “social substitute” for an AR, I’ll try it and let you know.

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  2. Murphy's Law

    Of course if you train with a lever gun, you learn to stuff shells into it during lulls in the action, just like a shotgun. You can always top off the magazine tube before it hits empty, which is one of it’s advantages

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    1. bubbleheadles Post author

      Oh, that should be a given for anyone who has to use a lever Gun for Defense. I just wish I had a Lever Gun in .357 or .44 to “Compare and Contrast.” But if you do run the Test, let us know, okay? Thanks.

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