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    According to the caption on the photo it is a 1894c .357 Mag.
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    18.5” barrel...
    My favorite!
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    beauty for sure
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    Looks like an 1894c with sling swivels and a peep sight added. Here's mine.

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    My first year 1894 .357 has the 18.5" barrel (I think), but it doesn't have that high grade figuring in the walnut! It's still a keeper. I bought it in the early '90's for $175 used, after I let Cuz treat me to all the wings I could eat and pitchers of beer at a Hooters, and then promptly talk me out of the other one I had. Talked me slick out of it I tell ya! The next day I started looking for another one, and low and behold, I found another 1st year just like the one I had sold. This one stays with me to the end.
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    Looks 20" to me.....

    nice wood
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    I know where there is one for sale in Plattsburgh NY. $650 on the tag. decent shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin44shooter View Post
    Looks 20" to me.....

    nice wood
    Might be, now that I look at the picture. Haven't had the rascal out in at least 2 years. Now I gotta go look.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by kraynky View Post
    Might be, now that I look at the picture. Haven't had the rascal out in at least 2 years. Now I gotta go look.......
    I was right, it's 18.5". I just haven't figured out how to attach pictures from this phone. 17-7/8" from crown to receiver, the other 5/8" is threads. Mine doesn't say 1894 C either, just 1894 - Carbine-Micro-groove-Cal. .357 Magnum.
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