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Marlin Model 1894C .357/ 38 Special 18 1/2" Round Barrel
Item: MLG1894C  Discontinued
| Manufacturer: Marlin
Your Price: $595.31

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Model 1894C

Chambered for 357 Mag./38 Spl., the 1894C is the natural sidekick to the 357 Magnum or 38 Special revolver. An 18.5" barrel with deep-cut Ballard-type rifling, and superb balance, together with five machined solid steel forgings and a checkered American black walnut straight-grip stock, make this an extremely quick-handling little carbine.


Capacity 9-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; cut checkering; rubber rifle butt pad; tough Mar-Shield® finish; swivel studs.
Barrel 18.5" with deep-cut Ballard-type rifling (6 grooves).
Twist Rate 1:16" r.h.
Sights Adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear, ramp front sight with brass bead and Wide-Scan™ hood. Solid top receiver tapped for scope mount; offset hammer spur (right or left hand) for scope use.
Overall Length 36"
Weight 6 lbs.

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

Manufacturer: Marlin
Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
Average Rating
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Reviewed By: William B.
Review Date: 2/19/2015
Comments: I bought two of these carbines when they first came available to me in the South Bay Area of LA. this was 1978-9 I carried mine aboard my mount in a leather scabbard, and when I rode my trail bike I carried it on the forks in the same scabbard. I have sh...
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