Most of my guns are semi-autos, but I love working a bolt action and think lever actions look cool as hell. I want one in .44 magnum, something handy to carry in the woods. Anyway, the choices include the Winchester 92, the Marlin 1894, the Henry Big Boy, the Puma Rossi. I love love love the 1894 Cowboy, but it is pricey and the quality of new Marlins is known to be spotty. The Henrys are tube-fed from the front, which doesn't seem very convenient (and would be a pain at the range for when I don't get to shoot it in the woods). They're also heavy. The new Winchester 92s are pure sexiness, I'd almost be worried to ding it up in the woods. Expensive, but not moreso than the Henry or the Marlin Cowboy. Then there's the older Winchester 92s...I see those pop up here in good condition for like 400-450 bucks, which is a lot cheaper than the new ones. Worth buying one and getting it slicked up by a good gunsmith? The 92s to field strip appear to be a nightmare but oh well. Whatcha got in lever? Pics be nice. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!