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Thread: WTT: Marlin 1894 JM Cowboy 45 Colt and 5.5" SAA black powder frame 45 Colt

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    WTT: Marlin 1894 JM Cowboy 45 Colt and 5.5" SAA black powder frame 45 Colt

    Looking to see what else is out there. Mainly interested in other lever actions and anything "western".

    Also interested in other stuff like AKMs and anything "MP5'ish", Daewoo, AR180, etc... just message me.

    First is a never fired 24" 1894 Cowboy JM Cowboy 24". Has had safety removed and has a 1 piece firing pin as well as stainless steel magazine plunger and shortened spring. Cycles perfectly but haven't had it to the range yet. Also has Skinner peep sight and removed rear with Skinner block. I have all the original parts somewhere as well.























    Next is a 5.5 inch Cimarron black powder frame SAA in 45 Colt. The revolver has been tuned and "aged" to appear as that of a used but taken care of SAA that has seen about 5 years of "frontier use". Also cylinder pin has been shortened and reblued to match that of a Colt.









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    Bump to the top


    If you have anything 45 Colt, 44-40, 38-40, 44 Mag, 357 Magnum...That's my jam!

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    Bump for 2 nice pieces.

    HV in W.Columbia
    "When in doubt, empty the magazine!"

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    How about a Win. 1886, takedown rifle in 45/70, new in the box since 1999? It has a 26"tapered Octagon barrel, pistol grip stock with crescent butt plate, gorgeous wood, absolutely 100% mint, with a light coat of grease on it. Unfired, never been taken down or lever worked. It is pricey, but these don't come along like this often.

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    How about a Marlin 44-40 Cowboy. 24" oct barrel.

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    Man, I'd love to have that Marlin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadHead72 View Post
    Man, I'd love to have that Marlin!
    Now's your chance! I'd like to see one nicer.

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    These two are gone people! Mods close the thread.

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
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