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What are the main differences between the 1892/92 and the 39? I realize that the main difference between the 1892 and 92 is the dom, but how does this rifle compare to the 39? I see that the early 39's have octagon barrels. Thanks in advance.

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The main differences is that the 92 is not a takedown. It just has a sideplate that comes off. The are some internal differences , more so if you compare the early 1892 to the 39. The latest 92 , is pretty close, to the early 39's.
 

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The 1897 and 97 are takedowns and are the same as the 39. The only thing is all of the 39's had pistol grip stock, 24" Oct , plain wood.
The 1897 could be special ordered with ether a straight stock or pistol. You could also special order other features, such as round or oct. barrel, 16"-28",wood grade, checkering, and engraving.
 
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