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    Chiappa 1892 Takedown ML 357





    The Winchester 1892 is one of the historical rifles that cemented lever actions as a favorite firearm of the American Old West. Designed by none other than John M. Browning, the Chiappa Firearms’ 1892 is a true reproduction, with some parts being interchangeable with an original 1892. Metal parts are precision made on modern CNC equipment, while the beautiful wood stocks are hand finished and crafted for a perfect metal to wood fit. Chiappa manufactures models to suit anyone’s need; from the classic 1892 Takedown Rifle with an octagonal barrel to the modern performance oriented, hard chromed 1892 Alaskan, to the Mare’s Leg® made famous by Hollywood.

    Introduced in 1958 by the western TV series Wanted: Dead or Alive, used by Steve McQueens character, bounty hunter Josh Randall to capture or kill movie screen bad guys. The Mares Leg® version of the 1892 has captured the imagination and desire of fans and shooters alike ever since. The Mares Leg® is built from ground up as a lever action handgun with a pistol grip length stock and pistol length barrel.



    Specifications:

    • Caliber: 357 Magnum
    • Action: Lever-Action
    • Barrel Length: 12"
    • Capacity: 5
    • Feeding: Magazine Tube
    • Stock: Hand Oiled Walnut Pistol Grip
    • Forend: Hand Oiled Walnut
    • Front Sight: Fixed Blade
    • Rear Sight: Carbine Ladder Adjustable Windage & Elevation
    • Safety: None
    • Weight: 7.3 lbs
    • Length: 24"
    • Material: Steel
    • Finish: Color Case Receiver/Blued Barrel
    • Lever Style: D Lever


    Click HERE for Mares Leg
    Please email all requests for information on product availability/ordering to orders@theshootingcentre.com. Any prices quoted are only valid for 30 days from date of original posting. All firearm and ammunition sales subject to PAL verification.

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    44mag expected soon?

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    are you able to get the full length stock for these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battleworn View Post
    are you able to get the full length stock for these?
    Google the Chiappa "Alaskan" takedown w/ 12" barrel. Great little rifle 3" groups at 50 yds with Campro 240 grain bullets pushed by 2400
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwblackwell88 View Post
    44mag expected soon?
    X2

    I'm in for 44 as well. Or the 12 inch Alaskan take down, for that matter.
    Last edited by vultr; 09-14-2020 at 10:37 AM.
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    Alaskan 44 mag 16" barrel plz!!!

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