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I have a chance to buy a Marlin 1897 texan model 22 with a 16" octagon barrel nib for $400 and a Marlin 1894 16" coyboy limited 357 octagon barreled nib for $400 .I have never seen a picture of eather one are they good guns.I usually only fool with winchesters.I think I would really love both of these guns .I have to make this deal asap to get this pices need some help.I think its a good deal.
 

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Those are very good prices...jump on em. They retail for about $575 a piece I believe. If you opt not to buy one or both, please let me know the number and name of individual selling them please!
 

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I had never seen any of these short barrel carbines like these.I think they are pretty neat.
 

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They are very sought after too the Quality is great on Marlins as you will come to realize , and ease of maintance too.. :lol:
 

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Bought a 1894 44mag today used at the local pawn shop, $225 out the door. Has a simmons 3X9 with iron sighter mount, the mount will go soon. Gun is in fair condition, just like them little straight stocked carbines.
 

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!897 and 1894

When did they make these short barreled carbines? I think they are very awesome for the money.I sold one winchester and boughtthese two marlins and a winchester.Thats a good day.
 
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