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#6664717 - 07/08/12 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: RickyBobby]  
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Where are them there pictures?
This is one of my two Marlin Cowboys 357mag with 24" barrel.I liked this gun so much that I just had to have another.

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#6665985 - 07/08/12 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: buzardbait]  
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A Marlin 1894c and S&W 686 chambered in 38 spcl/357 magnum. They both love eating H110 with Hornady FP/XTP's.


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#6945083 - 10/06/12 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: RickyBobby]  
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I am on my third...keep getting sellers remorse! Plan on hanging on to this one. Should have kept the last as it was a rare 1894CP....factory ported! Rare...but regretfully sold....large pesos too...


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#6959789 - 10/11/12 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: fatjack34]  
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I am always looking for these little rifles as well. Fortunately two of the pre safety 1894c's live in my safe right now and they are really fun to shoot. If you're happy with what you paid thats all that matters. I don't think you'll see prices fall thats for sure.

#7217074 - 12/22/12 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: BillyGoatGruff]  
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I just picked up this one at a local shop this week. Pre-safety, 1979, I think...
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#7223398 - 12/24/12 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: Buckslayer15]  
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Nice! Looks just like mine, same year even.


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#7534805 - 03/10/13 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: TnBigBore]  
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Cant beat a 357!! Here is my early 80's with my 77 30-30 Texan conversion.

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#7911272 - 07/18/13 Re: Marlin 1894c .357mag/38spcl [Re: buzardbait]  
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Very nice. First I've ever seen of the birch stock special run. Learn something new everyday. Enjoy that fine rifle.

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