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Thanks for the welcome. I actually own a 1894 CB in .357 also. Its still in the box. Ive always wanted the .41 mag.
As for the shape of the 41 mag, the stock has a couple small nicks, otherwise the gun is perfect.
I just diddnt think Marlin made these guns until the "80's". Thats why I am confused on the serial number.
 

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Update. This one was made as indicated below. Special run for Davidson's manufactured by Marlin:

1894CCL LTD .41 mag, Blued 20" Octagon barrel, Roll stamped "Cowboy limited" Non-Checkered walnut stocks. Made in 1999. Serial #'s read 94ccl0000-94CCL1000. 1001 produced. Special run by Marlin for Davidsons.
 

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THANKS! Based on that info, the gun is #912 of 1001.

Do you know if the 1894 CB 357's were a limited run?
Mine has the 24" octagon barrel with "limited" stamped on it but I dont know if the production was limited or its just a name.
 

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I just picked up an 1894 CB Limited in .41 mag.
The serial number is CCL00XXX.
From what I can figure out, the gun was made in 1945.
Is that correct?
Your suspected production date of your 1894 CB Limited, is simply and clearly incorrect, given w/ 41 Magnum cartridge was introduced in 1964 by the Remington Arms Company, intended for hunting and law enforcement purposes.
 
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