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Is there a difference?????

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Working Man, May 26, 2006.

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  1. Working Man

    Working Man Member

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    ....between a Marlin Model 1895 GS & Marlin Model 1895 SS?

    I'm thinking it is a miss print but I'm not sure. If there is a
    difference what is it?
     
  2. Preacherman

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    Stainless vs. blued.
     
  3. Working Man

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    The only reference I have found states this... MARLIN MODEL 1895 SS (SS does not stand for stainless but refers to the model).

    The one I saw for sale was a stainless.

    Preacherman, so it realy is a typo and should have said GS?
    Would not the blued be the 1895G?
     
  4. MachIVshooter

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    The 1895 SS is the standard model. 1895 G is the guide gun (shorter, ported barrel) and is available in blued or stainless. I haven't checked, but I believe the GS is the stainless guide model.
     
  5. Working Man

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    MachIVshooter, that makes sense. Thank you sir.
    Yes, I believe the GS is the stainless one.
     
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