Marlin - 44 Mag/44 S&W Special - Walnut Finished Stock - Stainless Steel - 10 Rd Tubular Magazine - Adjustable Sights

Marlin - 44 Mag/44 S&W Special - Walnut Finished Stock - Stainless Steel - 10 Rd Tubular Magazine - Adjustable Sights

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Marlin's 1894SS is chambered for either 44 Remington Magnum or 44 S&W Special and is reminiscent of sporting lever action rifles from the Old West. Featuring an accurate 20" Ballard type rifling barrel, this rifle is accurate and reliable. The receiver comes drilled and tapped for scope mounts making it easy to later add a scope for improved accuracy. The stock has an attractive Walnut finish and the rifle comes equipped with a rubber butt pad to reduce the affect of the recoil. The 1894SS features a durable Stainless Steel finish on the receiver and barrel helping to reduce the chance of corrosion forming.
Marlin has been producing firearms in the United States since John M. Marlin founded the company in 1870 after having trained at the Colt plant during the Civil War. Through his and other's inventions, Marlin has continually produced innovative firearms answering our nation's call at various times during times of war. During WWI Marline became one of the largest machine gun producers in the world for the US and its Allies. To this day Marlin continues to focus on providing long-lasting, dependable firearms.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Marlin
Cost Per Round 0.0000
Condition New
Caliber 44 Mag
Manufacturer SKU 1894SS
Capacity 10+1
Sights Included Adjustable
Action Lever
Finish Stainless Steel
Length 37.5"
Weight (empty) 6 lbs
Barrel Length 20"
Safety Type Hammer Block
Detachable Magazine N/A
Stock Type Wood
Case Included No
Series Marlin 1894

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That looks like the first gun I ever owned, a Marlin 101T, which was a single shot, .22 cal rifle that one cocekd by pulling back on the T-handle on the end of the bolt. When I grew up in the 60 s, our neighborhood in Covina, CA, was like Erma Bombeck described in her books as Suburban Gems. It was idyllic living, though we didn't know it. All the houses in the neighborhood were the same age, occupied by young couples with their first child; most were WWII veterans, buying on the Cal Vet program or GI benefits.The Christmas of the year in which all us boys turned 8 or 9, all of our Dads got us a .22 rifle, but we weren't allowed to shoot it until we finished the NRA Hunter Safety class. My Dad gave me the Marlin, though some of the other kids got different guns. The class was held at night in the cafeteria of our grade school, and our Dads took the class with us. After passing a written exam, we all had to attend the range and prove that we could follow range safety rules, as well as hit a target. We got 100 rounds of ammo to use that day, and all proudly graduated!After that, we could ride our bikes to the sporting goods store and spend our allowances on ammunition to our hearts' content. It never occurred to any of us to take a gun to school, and we understood that a gun is never to be pointed at anything one doesn't intend to shoot. We saved okay, hoarded our precious ammo for the rare outings we had with our families in the desert, near Phelan, CA, where we gleefully executed uncountable soda cans and paper targets, all of which we picked up and brought home for proper disposal. Thanks for a wonderful trip down Memory Lane, to a happier time when this was still a strong, proud, free country guided by a rock solid Constitution. We may be the last generation to remember that such a thing once existed on this poor, suffering Earth. (Posted on 8/8/15)

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