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#13683387 - 03/24/19 Cimarron is marketing the 1894  
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#13685540 - 03/24/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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Well, if they are like the Pre-64 ... I wouldn't mind one in .32-40 or maybe the .38-55.


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#13685894 - 03/24/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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I think the only current cartridge it's chambered for is 30-30.

#13686028 - 03/25/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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Am I wrong? I seem to remember the 25-35 was the first smokeless cartridge chambered in the 94 Winchester.

#13686067 - 03/25/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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Marked down from $1250 to $1110. sick


If you need Buffalo Bore you are using the wrong cartridge.
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#13686071 - 03/25/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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Good to have choices but I’ll take one of the millions of originals made in CT.

#13688861 - 03/26/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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Who in their right mind is going to pay that for 94? Very good Win 94's can be bought for lot less.

#13690161 - 03/26/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: shawlerbrook]  
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Originally Posted by shawlerbrook
Good to have choices but I’ll take one of the millions of originals made in CT.


Right on brother


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#13696748 - 03/29/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: Gun_Geezer]  
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Originally Posted by Gun_Geezer
Who in their right mind is going to pay that for 94? Very good Win 94's can be bought for lot less.

38-55's can't be. If they offer the 38-55 they may sell some guns.


The gauge of the gun is an index to the ability of the man to prove his manhood…If it is a 12-gauge, he is so-so. If it is a 16, he is pretty good. If it’s a 20-gauge, he is excellent, and if it a .410 he is bragging. -Robert Ruark
#13696751 - 03/29/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: websterparish47]  
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Originally Posted by websterparish47
Am I wrong? I seem to remember the 25-35 was the first smokeless cartridge chambered in the 94 Winchester.

You're right. But the two blackpowder cartridges came out a year earlier.


The gauge of the gun is an index to the ability of the man to prove his manhood…If it is a 12-gauge, he is so-so. If it is a 16, he is pretty good. If it’s a 20-gauge, he is excellent, and if it a .410 he is bragging. -Robert Ruark
Bravo

#13697136 - 03/29/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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Those are nice rifles. It looks like they copied the pre-war forend and front sight, but the bottom of the receiver looks more like a post-64 and is more square than the earlier models. Maybe its just the stock photo.

I could find a pretty nice pre-war original for 1200 bucks, which is exactly what I'd do.


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#13718198 - 04/06/19 Re: Cimarron is marketing the 1894 [Re: EthanEdwards]  
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I thought I read somewhere that they were going to bring out a rifle version, and increase the chamberings by adding 32-40 and 38-55. I may have to mortgage the farm for a 38-55, and I sure wouldn't mind having a rifle 30-30.


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