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I was in Marshfield Missouri for a Shoot .

While i was there i went to Marshfield Gun & Pawn. 

On the shelf was a Marlin 94 in 41 Mag . With a 24 inch Barrel. Pistol Grip .

Great looking Rifle.

I don't have anything to do with this Rifle. Thought if anyone was Looking for one .

I don't know if it is a JM Marlin.

1-417-630-0320 

Price was $1,595.

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I called Marshfield Gun & Pawn today. It is a 1894FG, a real nice rifle. I had one that I foolishly sold. A 1894FG sold on GunBroker today for $1676, so this is a good deal. I watched two FG's sell recently for $2325 and $2150. Marlin 41 mags have been insane since the first of the year. I'm being content with what I have, sigh.

JFN

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Man....prices have skyrocketed!!!

I guess buying mine back in 2015 for $685 was a pretty good deal!

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9 hours ago, Ezra Hawthorne said:


Was it a .41 Marlin that you bought?

Yes, I am a HUGE .41 Magnum fan and have several in revolvers including S&W and Freedom Arms.......was a LUCKY find!!!

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15 hours ago, Bailey Creek,5759 said:

Ezra call them and see if they will take a picture of it. And send it too you.


I would but a price tag of $1,600 far exceeds my available budget, so unless I should happen to win something in a raffle or sweepstakes it will stay on the shelf. :(

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2 hours ago, Cusz M. Dutch SASS Life 55326 said:

My 41 Mag is stamped 38/40  ;)

You need to post a photo of the stamping. Is it a 1894S, 1894PG or a Cowboy Carbine.

JFN

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20 hours ago, J. Frank Norfleet said:

You need to post a photo of the stamping. Is it a 1894S, 1894PG or a Cowboy Carbine.

JFN

3 have Ruger stamped on them (40 SW and 38/40),  1 has a U... stamped and  a newer Winchester 92 made in Japan.  The Rugers and 92 will far exceed the 41 Mag with proper  reloads.

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On 8/4/2021 at 8:08 PM, RIDGE WALKER said:

Yes, I am a HUGE .41 Magnum fan and have several in revolvers including S&W and Freedom Arms.......was a LUCKY find!!!

In the latter years of my 22 shooting IHMSA I had several 10" octagon Model 83 FA's, one was a 41.  I wonder what ever happened to it.  Yours is not octagon is it?

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10 hours ago, Cusz M. Dutch SASS Life 55326 said:

3 have Ruger stamped on them (40 SW and 38/40),  1 has a U... stamped and  a newer Winchester 92 made in Japan.  The Rugers and 92 will far exceed the 41 Mag with proper  reloads.

I have one custom 8.5" ported FA Model 83 in .454 Casull.......but my .41 Mag is in the Model 97, the smaller frame.

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really think the 41 should have been more popular but sometimes timing on introduction and maybe wind direction at the time greatly influence if a round will make it.  Did have a chance to pick up a new Marlin in the late 70's or 80.  Priced under 250 at the time.  Bought the 357 instead.

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15 hours ago, RIDGE WALKER said:

I have one custom 8.5" ported FA Model 83 in .454 Casull.......but my .41 Mag is in the Model 97, the smaller frame.

Both Models are excellent revolvers.  I have taken many a bull elk and various other animals with 454  FA.  I have shot CAS with Model 97s for 20 years.  Bet that Marlin 41 in OP is a dandy.

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