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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by drdriller, Mar 11, 2010.
Does anyone know of a lever action rifle chambered in .40 S&W?
Never heard of one. Lever actions are usually chambered for rimmed cartridges, like .44, .357, etc. .40 S&W is more likely to be found in a semi-auto.
would love one in 10mm.
Why not a semi-auto?
Below is a post from a thread I started on Calguns.net on the same subject. There is a Ruger (PC4) and Hi Point that comes in the .40 I think, but not legal in CA.
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The pc4 is a semi-auto rifle. I can't find a lever action in .40.
Sorry DrDriller, guess I was misinformed on the PC4 and the Hi Point, they are both carbines that use mags. I have a pm to that Debbie at EMF for an ETA on their levers and other arms---will post what I find out. I'm looking for one too. Sorry about the mis-info.
I have never heard of, or seen a 40S&W lever action rifle.
It's probably the same reason there are no lever action 45ACP or 9mm Parabellum ones either - the action is designed around rimmed cases.
If you need to throw a 40 cal. bullet - get a 38/40 Winchester in a Winchester model 92 (or 92 clone), a great rifle since 1892!
why would you want a .40 or 10mm when you can have 10mm mag
i'm waiting for glock to do that one.
there you go!
I know for a fact the Ruger pistol caliber carbines were/are legal in CA. My local shop has one in 9mm.
OP- Lever actions were made for rimmed cartridges, period. Get one in .45 colt, close enough to a .40.
A 9mm and/or .40 in a lever action would be cool. The capacity would be higher than that of rimmed rounds.
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Thanks for the heads up on that Cole, I was told otherwise so I'll certainly look into that.
I want a .40 lever instead of 357 or 45, because I have a lot of .40 ammo, and shoot .40 Glocks. I consolidated all my firearms to the .40 in handgun, .223 in rifle, and 12 gauge in shotgun. I hated having a huge variety of ammo to account for.
If I could shoot my handgun round in a rifle, that would be awesome.
I've never heard of a .40 levergun, rimless calibers (.45acp, .40 S&W for example) don't lend themselves to the action in leverguns. There is a reasonable selection of .40 semi auto carbines available.
You might talk to the the guys at Paco Kelly's levergun forum also.