Heh. Thanks to Stretch for sharing this with me:
Winchester 94 and a Ruger Vaquero, both in .45 LC. The Winchester holds 11 rounds of .45 Long Colt, the Ruger 6. Compared to a single-shot muzzle loading rifle and pistol, that's nearly 9 times the firepower in a package far more weatherproof than that which it succeeded. These arms would have been to the musket what a Star Trek phaser would be to a Glock - yet, strangely, no one saw the need to limit the rifle to only seven rounds.
Okay, gratuitous anti-gun control rant aside, I have to say this combination just spoke to me. If only the Ruger had a nice set of walnut stocks to match the Winchester this would be perfect. Okay, for me, I'd like to see the pair in .357 Magnum, but that's only because it's a caliber that I currently stock and therefore wouldn't have keep another caliber in the ammo locker...
Very nice, Stretch, thanks for sharing!
That is all.