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Marlin 1895 .33 pictures

Here are the pictures of my 2 Marlin 1895 33 cal rifles, the receivers are shiny but not this shiny, thanks to my poor photography and the camera flash.



 

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Nice rifles.. ;D
 

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The top one is the lightweight, and i guess we figured the other one is a standard takedown rifle. not a lot of case colors on them ,but marlins seem to loose there colors pretty often. Don
 

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Don't get to see enough original 1895s. They sure are nice.
 

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I do have one other 1895,a octagon barrel 45-70 ,its a first year production rifle, the barrel was cut to 20", it came out of Kansas so i'm sure it spent time in a saddle scabbard, i tried to research it but Cody had no info on the serial number. Don
 

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Thanks for posting the pictures. Very nice rifles. ;D
 

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lever addict, i think i would be trying to figure out how to own it !! ;D ;D Don
 

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lever addict said:
Nice .33 cals Loggah! I know where there's one hanging for sale. Looks to be in pretty good shape to!
Are you tring to buy it? If not can you tell me where at?

Clark
 

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I am sorry I posted the wrong info everyone. The .33 cal I saw for sale is an 1886 Winchester not an 1895! Still a beautiful rifle! ;)
 

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Those are nice!! :)
 

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lever addict said:
I am sorry I posted the wrong info everyone. The .33 cal I saw for sale is an 1886 Winchester not an 1895! Still a beautiful rifle! ;)

I pm'd you on the whereabouts of that 33, but then you said it was a winchester---I feel like the air has been let out of my balloon! Oh well, off to finding the next Marlin!
 
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