And,. IN,.. .44 Magnum !Yes.
And never look back.
I can strongly endorse the Henry .22 LR. My son has one and loves it.
have all of them myself, i would go with browning,mainly for tbe caliber choices, and i believe higher quality over some others
I've got some of those Hammers on the way for my custom 30-30AI and am expecting to sling them along at ~2600fps in my little Marlin. I can't wait to hunt with it this fall! =)
A Marlin 36 is 32 Special is on my short list of must haves at some point in this lifetimeI have a Marlin 36 with the microgroove barrel, made in the early 60's. Shoots any ammo you feed it except for Hornady Leverevloution. Those bullets keyhole at 50 yards in mine.
I gave my good friend a Marlin 1894 in 44 mag along with a S&W Model 29 4" I carried to Alaska. They didn't have anything for protection and I wanted them to have a couple of "fast shooters".Those old Marlin 36s look a lot like their 1894s. I had an 1894 Cowboy in .44 mag and like a dummy I sold it to my boss for his wife. She just loves it and takes it everywhere on their farm. She's dispatched many a groundhog and a few deer with it as well a a couple coyotes.