Reduced to $435 shipped.
I have for sale a Marlin 1894S in 41 Magnum. It was made in 1988 from the serial#. It has a custom bead blased matte finish (looks really nice) and Williams front and rear fire sights. It has swivel studs installed that have the matte finish as well. It is the model with the 20 inch barrel and straight grip stock. I would rate it 95% overall with very nice grain wood.
I just bought the rifle a couple of weeks ago, and have not fired it. I already have a couple of 1894s in 44 Mag. Since I dont reload, the 41 is going to be a little too expensive for me to shoot. The action on this gun is a good bit smoother than either of my 44s. It is an extremely well balanced, fast handling rifle. From what I can tell, this model was only made for a couple of years. It is a rare gun.
It came with 50 rounds of hollow point ammunition I will throw in as well. Price is $450 + shipping
I do not have the capability of taking or downloading digital photos, but have given an accurate description of the rifle. I will be happy to answer any questions.
Reduced to $435 shipped.
Any takers at $415 shipped?
Man, I wish I had the cash, that's a good deal. Why, oh why, does this stuff always come up when I'm broke? What have I done to get God so mad at me? Whatever it is, I REPENT!
I'd kill my second wife for a shot at that. Does it matter that I'd do it for free?
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Seems to be a common theme. I can completely understand though. I have been in the same position myself often. After buying a 336CB 30-30 yesterday, I actually am in the same position.
Wish I had the money too!! Im a big .41 fan. How would you get it to me if I could buy it though?
out of sight is out of mind.
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I would mail it via insured priority mail to a federal firearms licensed dealer of your choice. It is really a simple process. Most any gun dealer in your area will be an ffl dealer. They would charge a small transfer fee of between $10-30 depending on the area. They would mail me a signed copy of their license and you would mail a money order or certified check, then I would mail the rifle. Just let me know if you are interested.
OK, really need to move this thing. $400 shipped, final reduction.
I will be heading out of town coyote hunting for the weekend. Any PMs or messages will be responded to on Monday.
I'll take it if still available.
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