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  1. 1894
    Hi everyone, First off, I have researched this on the Internet, and used the links to the serial number lookup sites that have been posted here, but can't seem to find the answer to when my 1894 was manufactured. So if I've missed something, I apologize and I thank you for setting me straight...
  2. Ranger Point Precision
    Hey MOF Friends, Per many requests, we now have our very popular magazine followers available for Marlin .357 Mag / .38 Special rifles. This is in addition to the ones that have been selling quite well (thank you!) for the Marlin 336, 308, 338, 444, 1895, 450M, 41 mag, .44 mag, and .45 Colt...
  3. Ranger Point Precision
    Hi MOF Friends - As you know, we do not do a ton of specials but the nanny [in the photo] talked me into a Valentine's Special. :cool: Good for all of our performance parts for Marlin Firearms, Henry Repeating Arms, Steyr Arms, and Springfield Armory. This includes some of our best selling...
  4. Ranger Point Precision
    No doubt more than enough was written about the first magnum revolver cartridge--the mighty little .357--in the years following its introduction in 1934. The (now) wee beast kicked off a new arms race in handgun cartridges, but it ruled the roost for long enough to cement its place among the...
  5. Skinner Sights
    I found one of the new STEEL FRAME "BIG BOY" Rifles from HENRY REPEATING ARMS at one of the LGS. This is a VERY nice rifle. Wood to metal fit is more than satisfactory, grain and color of wood is nice, checkering very clean and sharp, and the action is silky smooth. (really... almost...
  6. Reloading
    I have a new 1894c chambered in 357. I shot several boxes of various JHP-type rounds with no problem. However, I am an avid, experienced reloader of handgun ammunition and want to start working up some recipes for 357 Magnum rounds to SAFELY use in the Marlin. I do not want to shoot lead...
  7. 1894
    Greetings all. I've been lurking here a little while gathering intel. I had never considered a lever gun, but one day I suddenly decided my Ruger GP100 needed a playmate. So I did a little research and decided that an 1894c in 357mag is exactly what the doctor ordered. Then I found out that...
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