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Direct quote from the article.
"In the modern firearm market, "tactical" is the name of the game, and we certainly see a proliferation of blacked-out guns covered with rails and sporting optics, suppressors and other modern accessories. There are a number of modern lever-action rifles on the market for the discerning shooter, and here are the ones you can buy today:"

Had my attention right there.

I found the article an interesting read especially the authors attitude towards rifles.
 
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I did a search for "6 tactical lever-action rifles." I don't think I found the same article Belevolk mentions, but I did find a manufacturer which has released a Dark Series rifle. I have to wonder why they gave it such a name. The Criminal Left Party will seize upon the name, the Criminal Left Media will go right along with the charade and soon enough... lever-action rifles will be the new "assault weapon" that can take an intelligent decision to commit a heinous crime as well as to transport itself to where the crime is to be committed. I've been fooling-around with guns for very nearly forty years. I never knew they are as intelligent as they are said to be by noted firearms experts Chucky Bullschumer and Dianne "Dingbat" Feinswine. You can learn something new every day, y'know?
 
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Sorry everyone, brain fart.

A lot of the levers in this class out there are pistol caliber. Something I do have but in other calibers. I have the dreaded Hi Point .45 carbine. Ugly and some what crudely made. Everyone wants to shoot it. Works all of the time to bad there is not a 30-50 shot drum magazine for it. I have used it on Pig hunts and it is a blast. I also have a Aero Survival Rifle, in 10mm. It is another evil black rifle looking to cause hate and discontent for the left. I bought the Aero as a bug out gun. Their web page says .22 mag to be available soon.
I have a lever gun a Browning BLR in .308. I decided that my old sholder could not handle a "guide gun" in 45-70. Just not enough mass to absorb the round like my Shiloh Sharps does.
 
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I saw a pic of the Rossi black lever gun in 44Mag and really liked it for the rail even though it was forward like in a scout rifle. After checking out the article Belevolk posted I saw several that were cool as well like the Marlin with a rail over the action. Now I'm thinking it has to be the Marlin whenever I have to have a lever gun...

rossi-r92-triple-black-tactical-lever-action-rifles.jpg marlin-model-336-dark-series-tactical-lever-action.jpg
 
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I bought a Rossi combo years ago, almost everyone has seen or heard of the 410-22( include variants). There are big boy combos. I got a 12-308. I keep it wrapped up on the floor in my truck, Mixed box of 12's including 5 slugs and a box of 165 grain hollow points. With old eyes and such a short gun probably not much better then 100 yards. Was cheap when I bought it. Was really looking for a Savage over-under but those are so damned expensive. A friend of mine's 8 year old boy knows where the gun is in my truck. He wants to shoot it. I have found a reason for him to do something else. I do not want to ruin him with the recoil from it. He understands permission first before picking up a weapon. Dad is teaching the right way to enjoy shooting sports.
 
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I have a mag-fed lever action gun in .30 Carbine

 
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Sorry everyone, brain fart.

A lot of the levers in this class out there are pistol caliber. Something I do have but in other calibers. I have the dreaded Hi Point .45 carbine. Ugly and some what crudely made. Everyone wants to shoot it. Works all of the time to bad there is not a 30-50 shot drum magazine for it. I have used it on Pig hunts and it is a blast. I also have a Aero Survival Rifle, in 10mm. It is another evil black rifle looking to cause hate and discontent for the left. I bought the Aero as a bug out gun. Their web page says .22 mag to be available soon.
I have a lever gun a Browning BLR in .308. I decided that my old sholder could not handle a "guide gun" in 45-70. Just not enough mass to absorb the round like my Shiloh Sharps does.
I like my BLR .308, have had it since 1972... still, at my age now it is a bit of a thumper and I have other options, like a Yugo 8mm/7.92x57- also a thumper but longer barrel and heftier to absorb recoil. With Euro hunting rounds it will destroy pretty much any deer, bear etc in it's path... Frankly tho pretty much anything I am likely to meet will fall before the wrath of Kalash... or even the .30-30...
 
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Sorry everyone, brain fart.

A lot of the levers in this class out there are pistol caliber. Something I do have but in other calibers. I have the dreaded Hi Point .45 carbine. Ugly and some what crudely made. Everyone wants to shoot it. Works all of the time to bad there is not a 30-50 shot drum magazine for it. I have used it on Pig hunts and it is a blast. I also have a Aero Survival Rifle, in 10mm. It is another evil black rifle looking to cause hate and discontent for the left. I bought the Aero as a bug out gun. Their web page says .22 mag to be available soon.
I have a lever gun a Browning BLR in .308. I decided that my old sholder could not handle a "guide gun" in 45-70. Just not enough mass to absorb the round like my Shiloh Sharps does.
I have one of the BCA .22 Magnum conversions that works perfectly. TNW, maker of the Aero rifle states that they will also offer a .17 HMR version. Their Survival model in .17 could make for a very interesting varmint rifle. I'm hoping they can get it to work. Several other companies have tried to get a semi-auto .17 HMR to work without blowing up, but most have not succeeded.
 

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