Marlin 1894

Marlin 1894

Marlin 1894

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MARLIN 1894

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Marlin 1894 .44 Mag 20 Walnut

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Marlin 1894

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Marlin 1894 Lever Action .44 Magnum/.44 Special 20 inch Barrel 10 Rounds

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Marlin 1894

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Marlin 1894

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Specifications
Brand Marlin
Category Rifles
Primary Uses
 
Hunter
Big/Large Game
 
Shooting
Shooting
Marlin 1894 Pricing
Poor
Condition
$263
Excellent
Condition
$592
Used Gun
Fair Market Range $605- $631
Fair Market Price $618
MSRP $657.14
New Gun
Price history for Marlin 1894
  • Highest Price: $729.99
  • Lowest Price: $588.07
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Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Is this weapon California compliant?

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Agostino, yes Sir it is.An original depending o condition can run between $325 to $500.

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Year of production

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

we don't have access to the Buds Data base or inventory so please Contact customer service (859) 368-0371 available 9AM to 9PM CST Monday through Friday or use the blue chat now button and they will help you We are not buds employees we are volunteers that answer questions

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Walnut stock or not?

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

John the stock/forend wood is made of American black walnut with a straight-grip stock with cut checkering.

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Scope

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

yes it is drilled and tapped for a scope mount see*****Brand: Marlin Model: Model 1894 Cowboy Type: Rifle: Lever Action Caliber: 45LC Finish: Blue Action: Lever Action Stock: American Black Walnut, Straight Grip, Non-Chkrd Sight: FT: Marble Carbine RR: Adjustable Semi-Buckhorn Barrel Length: 20 Overall Length: 37.5 Weight: 6.5 lbs Capacity: 10+1 Tubular Magazine Safety: Hammer Block Safety *********** Receiver: Blue, Drilled and Tapped Butt Plate: Hard Rubber Butt Plate

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

How many rounds?

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

9+1 according to the marlin website

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Is this gun no longer being manufactured?

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

No this has been discontinued unfortunately

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Price Guarantee

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

No affiliation Ben. Just a Buds customer and Community Member that call em like I see em my man. I trust that Buds can do something for you as I truly do understand your position. Cheers!

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

price

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Buds prices are based on stock levels and the price changes as stock level changes. Higher stock + lower price and vice versa. It is a fair model and Buds does have a 30 day price guarantee on purchased items. I understand what you are saying but would it be fair for Buds to increase your layaway price when the price went up? The price at the time of purchase is usually the price barring the price match guarantee. (((budsgunshop.com/catalog/buysafe.php))) You can contact Buds on this to see if they can assist you at LiveChat (available from 9AM to 9PM 7 days a week), the "Blue Chat Button" at the bottom right of the page, or phoning at (859) 368-0371 (available 9AM to 9PM EST Monday through Friday).

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Marlin vs. Henry

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Ben, I am highly biased on this as Henry's run in my family with a few Marlins. The ratio is about 6 to 1 favoring the Henry's and we are more than satisfied Sir.

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Ammo size

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Yes it will with no issues Ben.

Asked by Stewart Northey 1 year ago

New Marlin 1894C

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Andrew, there really is no way of knowing. I am sure Buds already has their order in for them, the if or when is the difficult part. I would "Wish List" it for notification from Buds. I would also contact Marlin to be sure they are still in production and if so, a possible distributor at Consumer Service Dept: 1-800-544-8892 or by email inquiry at marlinfirearms.com/contact

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

Trying to figure out

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Hi Hubert. This stands for the "Walnut" Wood used for the stock and hand guard.

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

Hunting

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Absolutely Hubert. This will be an almost perfect combination of light recoil and deer killing power package. Definitely look into "Underwood Ammunition" for their 44 Mag loads.

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

45 lc marlin

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Yes Pat. just look at the "Reviews" on this very rifle. Actual buyers/shooters are shooting "Full Power" load without any issues and reporting excellent accuracy.

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

Does this model also shoot 44 special?

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Yes, this is the model that will fire both Dwight.

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

Fit & Finish

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

They seem to be hit or miss for a little more money I would look seriously at the Henry budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/2084_36_107_980/products_id/96646/HENRY+H012+BIG+BOY+STEEL+44M%2FSPL

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

Year of production

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Please contact customer service staff via LiveChat (available from 9AM to 9PM 7 days a week), the "Contact Us" tab at the top of the page, or phoning at (859) 368-0371 (available 9AM to 9PM EST Monday through Friday). If you found this helpful please click best answer, Thanks!

Asked by Stewart Northey 2 years ago

Marlin 357 mag availablity

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

Hi Robert, this particular model is discontinued. I would imagine Savage has no immediate plans to restart production.

Asked by Stewart Northey 3 years ago

Marlin 1894 44Mag vs Cowboy Limited

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Stewart Northey 1 year ago

The cowboy rifle has and octagon barrel, period correct sights, no checkering and is chambered for 44 magnum. The standard 1894 will shoot 44mag and 44 spl, has a round barrel, checkering and folding rear sight.

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