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'63 Marauder in .30-30 (16" barrel)
1894p (.44mag, 16" ported barrel)
1894cp (.357mag, 16" ported barrel)
1894 (.45Colt, 16" barrel)
1895 (45-70 govt., 18.5" ported barrel - not so rare, but it's a real shooter - moa with Hornady LeveRevolution 325 gr.)

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Mine are:
1894M - 22Mag
336ER - .356
336SC - .30-30
336 Royal Canadian .35 Rem
336SDT - 30-30
2 X 39a and 39M
1894C- .357
1894 Sporter - .44 Mag
336D - .35 Rem
1894S - .41 Mag
1894 - 25-20
1894 - 32-20
375 - .375
and last but not least..
a 1929 Model 410 in .410 dinner gun
They are all rare to me..Lol
 

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Mine are:
1894M - 22Mag
336ER - .356
336SC - .30-30
336 Royal Canadian .35 Rem
336SDT - 30-30
2 X 39a and 39M
1894C- .357
1894 Sporter - .44 Mag
336D - .35 Rem
1894S - .41 Mag
1894 - 25-20
1894 - 32-20
375 - .375
and last but not least..
a 1929 Model 410 in .410 dinner gun
They are all rare to me..Lol
Forgot one
1881 .45-70 made in 1881
 

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Having calibers of 1894's is rare. I lack just the 32 H&R mag. so it is the rarest to me.
1894 SS 44 mag
1894 38/40 from 1894 with round barrel.
All calibers of the 1894 CB Ltd.
1964 336/44
I also have all the 1894 CL's
 

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The rarest ones I have are:

1895sbl jm stamped
410xlr jm stamped
1894css ltd 357 serial #000

All unfired in the box
 

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Here’s a model 1893 shipped in 1896 with a rare 27” barrel, they were standard 26” and listed the longer barrels at 2” intervals. This also has no rear sight dovetail and has Lyman model 21 receiver shght
 

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My rarest, not nearly as rare as some of those posted here btw, is an 1894P, 16" ported barrel, only 1500 made, when I got it was in unfired condition. Didn't stay that way 😂 Love to shoot it. Super handy, added fire optic sights further decreasing the collector value but making it much more awesome IMHO

I have one too! I took a 205 lb hog with it one year (quartering away, heart/shoulder shot - ran ~5 yds), and the next year, my wife took her first Buck with it at ~95 yds, with a perfect heart/lung shot. It ran ~30 yds into the woods before it dropped. WWB 240 gr JSP for the win. Shoots that stuff into MOA groups all day. Deadly accurate.

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I assume that my rarest Marlin rifle is the 1958 336SD in 35 Remington that is the current banner image for this site. The LGS I bought it from said they got it from the estate of a former Marlin employee. I have no way of verifying that, but I can say it is one heck of a nice rifle and is dead accurate. It could be a one of a kind, maybe?

 

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View attachment 840208 View attachment 840209 Here’s a model 1893 shipped in 1896 with a rare 27” barrel, they were standard 26” and listed the longer barrels at 2” intervals. This also has no rear sight dovetail and has Lyman model 21 receiver shght
She is a beauty, and someone who knew what they wanted, and chose wisely ordered that one. Too bad they couldn't record history. I think that's part of the reason an old hunting log or personal story is so valuable.

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An unmolested waffletop? ;)
 
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