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Just saw one of these new 1894's in the rack at Cabela's today, they wanted $1049.99 for it which is about $189 under MSRP. And that's at CabelaPro which is not known for their low prices.

Didn't bother to examine it closely since I'm not in the market for one, but it was definitely a nice looking rifle.


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Saw a new ruger marlin 1894 blued in 44 mag at the local lgs yesterday $1269.
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And your support for that statement is what? I have 7 that are are all MOW or better 2 will cloverleaf, and have literally heard another hundred reports the same.


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Get an Erma 72 or an Ithaca 72 from the 70's. Same gun. Henry didn't invent that. Erma did.


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For reasons I can’t explain

I want one of the Dark Models in .44 or .357

I guess it won’t bother me to beat it up or put a red dot on it

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Prices of the repros are ludicrous! My REAL, 1981mfg, pre-safety must be worth a fortune!

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I was looking to buy an X model Henry .357 mag., but the prices have jumped to over a grand.

Walked into my local shop this past week. They had the new Ruger/Marlin Classic 1894 in .357 on the shelf. Beautiful gun. The fit and finish, excellent. Nice wood and bluing very nice. I walked out the door with it. Paid $950.00 for it.

Yesterday I stopped at a shop in NH to pick up powder. They had the exact same 1894 .357. Their price tag was $1239.00. As always, shops sell guns at a different price point.

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I’ve got a line one a new 44 for $999. I think I’m gonna go grab it tomorrow.

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