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1884 "Trapdoor" rifle for 1894c Marlin in .357

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by andy*, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. andy*

    andy* Everson Wa Member

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    I would like to trade my 1889 dated Springfield Trapdoor rifle for a Marlin 1894c carbine in .357 magnum.
    My rifle is in good shape with a bright shiny bore. It has a 1889 inspector stamp and a "P" proof mark. The stock is sound,but is dark and has some dings and one big gouge in the forearm. These are all old marks. All in all not too bad of shape for a 120+ year old rifle.
    Sorry no camera, but would be happy to meet if you interested. Andy
     
  2. fry

    fry pacific north west Active Member

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    interested, have wanted a 4570 military rifle for a while.
    have a winchester 1892 in .357 mag that was converted to 357.
    its worth a bit more than a marlin 357.
    powersub@msn.com
     
  3. andy*

    andy* Everson Wa Member

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    Hey fry,
    Email sent. Thanks for looking. Andy