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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Welcome from Goldthwaite, TX! The 1894c rifle is hard to find, but they are out there -- just gotta be patient! John
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Welcome from Texas. Looking for one my self. Good luck.
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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!
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