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Lever Action .327 mag?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Hines57, May 4, 2012.

  1. Hines57

    Hines57 Simple Member

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    Does anyone make one?
     
  2. tmd11111

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    Not that I'm aware of. Although I'm not a big fan of the .327 I do think it would make for a neat lever gun.
     

  3. Victoriagotagun

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    I know that Brockman converted a 1894 32 H&R to .327 but I haven't heard of a factory rifle chambered in .327.
     
  4. TN.Frank

    TN.Frank Liberty or Death

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    That would make a sweet little Ranch gun filling the same niche as the old 32/20 did. Heck, with proper bullet selection it'd probably do ok on small body deer out to 50 yards. I've researched the 327 F-Mag quite a bit and it's one hot little cartridge, just wish they'd make more guns chambered in it. America just has no real love for the .32 caliber. :crying:
     
  5. Hines57

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    I just picked up a Sp101 and was thinking it might be cool to have a rifle to match up with it. I think the .327 will be a good round.
     
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    TN.Frank Liberty or Death

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    If you don't mind single shot I'm sure you could find a barrel for a T/C Contender carbine or the T/C Encore rifle. If nothing else you could have one made up for the cartridge.