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    Interchangeability of sears?

    Does anyone know for sure if the trigger and sear is the same from one marlin to the next? Specifically the 336, 1895, and 1894 models. Are they the same parts? Did year of manufacture change that?
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    This is the reason I ask. It’s the seat out of my 1894. It appears to be the same as the one I have that I was thinking about putting in it. On the left edge of the sear there looks like a really nasty bur that got folded over. I bought the gun used a few months ago.
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    The only info I have is on the 336, 444 and 1895... The sears are the same all the way across. The triggers are the same too, just silver, blue or gold...
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    Just found a parts list for an 1894CS and it uses the same sear...
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    The trigger however was a completely different part #...
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    Thanks. May I ask where you looked them up? One of the gun parts websites?
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    I have a sheet of Marlin part #'s I printed off their website before Remington took over for the 336, 444 and 1895... I'll see if I can track it down on the web...

    Here is the 1894 I found and printed...

    Longhunt.com- Schematics - Marlin Model 1894CS
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    Here is a site that has the chart I use...

    http://marlinspares.com/1895-336/
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    So this 1894 was made in 2005 or 2006. It had a few machines prices inside that had burs like the sear pictured above. They were made like that. I took my 1895 sbl apart just to see if it had burs like that but it doesn’t. The sbl is I’m stamped made in 2009 so I was expecting to see signs of cut corners but didn’t.
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