Do You Own The Marlin Lever 357 Mag In Stainless Steel

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by longcolt, Dec 17, 2014.

  1. longcolt

    longcolt
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    Friends are looking for one and claim they are very rare. Never seen one myself but I bet they are popular in the NW.

    Your thoughts?
     
  2. Nick Burkhardt

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    I wouldn't mind owning a Marlin M1894c is stainless steel.
     
  3. B5Ben

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    I would love to have one. Only stainless lever in 357 I have seen recently is made by Rossi though.
     
  4. Martini_Up

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    They were a limited run (Davidson's??)... 250 (maybe 350) made so they're collectors items.

    I think they made 44 and 45 as well, also limited.
     
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  5. greydog111

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    I have the blue steel version 1894 in 357 mag. Good shooter but a bee atch to load. Very tight spring for the load gate. Also, the load gate screw comes loose at times. (yes, Loctite has been used).
     
  6. rick benjamin

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  7. Hawaiian

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    Got one. It is a really fun gun to shoot. Got Skinner sights for it for Christmas. Just need to mount em and go sight it in again.
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