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I' get a little confused about some of the letter designations for the 94's.
can someone point me to where I can get them right?
I have a .44 with no letter, 81' issue and I' just put a .357 on layaway also w/ no letter.
The fg is the .41,right?
the pg is ??
and the c seems to be both .357 and .44
I'd like to learn what these guns are by the make/lettercode, is there a practice test somewhere?
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I'm a little confused also. My '94 Marlin in 44 spl/mag is 1894S bought new in early 1998. It has a straight stock, 20" barrel with ballard rifling. And a regular 336CS bought new in 1989, 30/30-20" micro-groove, pistol grip stock. And I'm thinking of buying a 1894C in 38/357 with a 18 1/2" barrel with ballard rifling. I think the S just means safety for the cross-bolt but I'm not sure what the C means unless it's just a regular model.

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Any checkering on the grips?
I stoped in to look at my 357 and there is no letter designation, just 1894.
I can't wait to get it monday!
 
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My 1894S in 44 has a bunch of checkering on the front and rear stock, but the 336CS in 30/30 has a more fancy wood without any checkering. I never had though about it so I went and looked and now I know.

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Yep , my 336cs is in.35 and it too has fantastic grain but it looks lik a pig next to my .35RC. :D
I belive the only way to get the "digest of labeling " is to put the time in browsing.. now where do keep my notes..
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