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  1. Long Guns
    I picked up a Marlin 1894 in 44 mag recently from 1Adam12. He had some nice parts on it but I wanted to go another route so I pulled those off to use on another gun. I also have an 1894 CST (357, 16.5” threaded barrel). Those come with XS sights from the factory. I added a Scout rail and a VX2...
  2. General Firearms Discussion
    I have a Marlin 1894 in .44 Mag (1982 vintage) that I've been using for CAS matches. The rifle was purchased used and worked well for over a year. Recently it's been suffering from the infamous "Marlin jam" and caused me to blow two matches (grrrr). After a lot of internet research I saw...
  3. Long Guns
    This is pretty nice! Cimarron Exclusive: Winchester 1894 Review - GunsAmerica Digest
  4. Reloading/Ammunition
    Trying these Lee 240 gr PC bullets in my 44. Green with a sprinkle of red.
  5. Long Guns
    Here she is fresh from the Gulf Coast. Receiver is almost perfect, a little fine rust on the mag tube (easily corrected), the “bullseye” is messed up but I have a new one to install. I’m gonna re-finish the wood and install an old all steel Lyman peep sight. I’m molding bullets tonight.
  6. Long Guns
    Here are the 2 new to me guns. This is a CZ 12ga Coach Gun that I bought at High Caliber Pawn Color case harden "bunny ears" And here is my new Marlin 1894 in .45 LC that I bought from Quickeye This is a beautiful Cowboy edition complete with an octagonal barrel. I took this to...
  7. Long Guns
    I lucked up and was able to grab this marlin 1894CST from Yarob. This rifle has a 16 1/4 inch threaded barrel chambered in 357 magnum, is stainless, and has black painted wood stocks. Other than the barrel length and chambering, it is totally different than any other lever action rifle I...
  8. Long Guns
    Just picked this little jewel up this morning (on my birthday). Found it for sale locally on the MeWe website. It's my 2nd purchase originating from MeWe (first was a Ruger M77/357 bolt action) and both went really smooth. This one is a 1975 Marlin model 1894 in .44 Rem Mag, JM-stamped...
  9. Reloading/Ammunition
    Some of you probably followed my cowboy load development for my .44 Magnum revolvers. That resulted in a mouse fart load of 5.5 grains of Trail Boss behind a 120 grain round ball in a .44 Russian case. Over the months I've been refining the load for my (new-to-me) Marlin 1894 .44 Mag carbine...
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