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New Marlin 1894 chambered for .32 H&R Magnum...

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Kentucky Rifle, Jan 18, 2004.

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  1. Kentucky Rifle

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    Only a little "blurb" about these in the latest "American Rifleman", but enough to get me interested. I like .32 mag so well in my revolvers that I'm considering buying one of these new Marlins. Anybody else? Might be fun. I wonder how long the barrel is? (Yes, I own larger caliber rifles. However these 1894's are SO nice. Ah..I'm hooked! :) ) I just can't get caught up. I need a Beretta "Storm" and now, a .32 mag Marlin.

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    I got one on order at my local dealer. My guess is I'll have it May/June.
     
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    20 inch "octagon" barrel--nicer & nicer!

    KR
     
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    If you dont mind me asking....what price are they going for?

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    That pic a lefties version or do they eject top/bottom?
     
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    Right side eject, magazine is fed through the tube .22 stlye. Check tha Marlin link above... I'm curious about the "rwist rate" in the Marlin specs -- anyone got more solid info on this?

    $595
     
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