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    Quabbinman

    New to the forum from Florida, looking to purchase my first Marlin,I want to purchase a early model 1894c in 357 cal...I will appreciate any info....thank you for your time..Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by quabbinman View Post
    New to the forum from Florida, looking to purchase my first Marlin,I want to purchase a early model 1894c in 357 cal...I will appreciate any info....thank you for your time..Ken
    Welcome from the shores of California!

    Last year, I thought I overpaid for an 1894c in .357 at $700, but it was the cheapest, and best, that I'd seen (nice bore, it even had a williams peep sight). Now? If you find anything even NEAR there, stamped JM (as in, pre-2009), buy it!

    Gunbroker is easy, but expensive. Pawnshops and the used gun rack of your LGS are usually better. It all depends on where you are. Some people have woken up to the versatility of a lever-action...

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