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What caliber is a Marlin rifle: 1894 CCL...a guy has one and says it's a 41 Mag...but I can not find any info at Marlins site on this rifle...HELP..
 

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If it is an 1894CL, then it would be a 25-20 or 32-20.
 

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GUNPOWDER,
I have a Marlin COWBOY CARBINE LIMITED(CCL) in .41 mag. This sweet little carbine was a special run through Davidson's in 1999. It has a 20"octagon barrel, straight stock, cowboy sights, slim forend and MG rifling. Fit and finish are excellent. Weight is 6.5lb.
This piece shoots very well with cast or JSP-JHP. GET IT!
MUZZLEDUSTER :D
 
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What caliber is a Marlin rifle: 1894 CCL...a guy has one and says it's a 41 Mag...but I can not find any info at Marlins site on this rifle...HELP..
I own one in 32-20 , but have also seen them listed in 41mag and I "believe" 44-40. Davidson's did all three :!:
 

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Is what Davidsons calls their special run cowboy carbines. They all have 20" octigon barrels with smooth fancy wood. The 1999 model was in 41 mag. (ballard rifleing) 1000 made, 2000 was 44-40 325 made, 2001 was 45 Colt 1000 made, and recently 32-20. The 45 Colt did not sell very well, so they did not keep up the new model every year deal. I thought they had given up on the idea untill the 32-20 came out. The 41 Mag's sold well. I have a 41. Of note; They also have had a sieries of 1895's in 45-70 called CL's, of various barrel leanths and configurations. These guns proved so popular that Marlin started catologing a 1985 cowboy and shotened most of the 1894 cowboys to 20".
 
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