Marlin Model 1894 .357 Magnum rifle

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The Marlin Model 1894 rifle is a lever action repeating rifle introduced in 1894 by the Marlin Firearms Company of North Haven, Connecticut.

At its introduction the rifle came with a 24-inch barrel and was chambered for a variety of pistol rounds, (the start of an American tradition of having a carbine and handgun using common ammunition). With a shortened barrel, typically of 18”, it was more suited for quick handling and carrying by cowboys on horseback, it became the Model 1894 Carbine.

Rechambered variants remain in production today.

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Foxtrot example shown is a Marlin Model 1894 rifle chambered for .357 Magnum cartridges, has a 22″ barrel, a nicely finished walnut stock and forend – retained by a blued barrel band, with chequering and is in a blued finish.

This rifle would be seen in civilian use, pest control or hunting, typically.