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Marlin Model 1894 Cowboy 20" Octagon Barrel 45 Colt
Item: MLG1894COWB  Discontinued
| Manufacturer: Marlin
Your Price: $849.48
Model 1894 Cowboy

With their tapered octagon barrels, these rifles offer true cowboy-rifle heft and aesthetics for everyone from the die-hard Cowboy Action Shooter to the hunter who appreciates 19th century-style firearms. The Model 1894 Cowboy has a 20" barrel and is chambered for 45 Long Colt, 44 Remington Mag/44 Special and 357 Mag/38 Special. Also, featuring traditional Ballard-style rifling, handsome American black walnut stock and fore-end, and richly blued finish.


Caliber 45 Colt Order Online from Gallery of Guns
357 Mag. / 38 Spl.* Order Online from Gallery of Guns
44 Mag. / 44Spl. Order Online from Gallery of Guns
Capacity 10-shot tubular magazine
Action Lever action with squared finger lever; side ejection; deeply blued metal surfaces; solid top receiver; hammer block safety.
Stock American black walnut straight-grip stock; hard rubber butt plate; tough Mar-Shield® finish; blued steel fore-end cap.
Barrel Tapered octagon with deep-cut Ballard-type rifling (6 grooves).
Twist Rate 45 Colt - 1:38" r.h.
357 Mag. / 38 Spl. - 1:16" r.h.
44 Mag. / 44 Spl. - 1:38" r.h.
Sights Adjustable Marble semi-buckhorn rear, Marble carbine front sight. Solid top receiver tapped for scope mount; offset hammer spur (right or left hand) for scope use. Serial number is on left side of receiver instead of tang, allowing custom installation of a tang sight by a competent gunsmith.
Overall Length 37.5"
Weight 6.5 lbs.

*Consult Owner's Manual for details on ammunition use. 
(Specifications subject to change without notice)

Manufacturer: Marlin
Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
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