I have two original Winchester model 92 carbines. The .38-40 has a "mate" in my Colt New Service revolver. The other, a .32-20, has no mate. (Yet
) Both of these calibers reqiure hand loading if there is to be any appreciable amount of shooting.
I recently accquired a 9MM Sterling carbine. (Wiselite mfg) Although a bit crude compared to the superb British SMG version, it sees quite a bit of use along with my SIG-Sauer pistols.
If I could find one ot the recently manufactured Browning 92 copies, at a reasonable price in .44 Magnum I would probably purchsase it.