I’ve always liked the aesthetic of a lever-action carbine or rifle mated to a suppressor.
Plus, it makes sense. Most of the fat old “cowboy” rounds like the .45 Long Colt and .44-40 Winchester are by average subsonic, which means no bullet “crack” as they do not break the sound barrier. Further, a lever-action is fully closed during the firing cycle, which helps mute escaping gasses and the sound of the action working (until you eject and chamber another round of course).
Heck, even ole Teddy Rossevelt was down with such a concept, using an early Maxim Silencer to keep from waking the neighbors.
Well, SilencerCo has a limited edition run of Model 90 Big Horn carbines in .460 S&W (which can also accommodate 454 Casull and .45 Long Colt), married up to matched Hybrid suppressors.
You know the Hybrid, right?