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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5099

Question:

I have a marlin 1893 in .25-36 with a round barrel. I would like info and value. The rifle is carbine length and no one seems to have any record of this model and year in a carbine.

Answer:

The Marlin Model 1893 Lever-Action rifle was the first rifle Marlin designed for smokeless cartridges. It was chambered for the 25-36 caliber and was offered with a round or octagon barrel, in lengths of 24 inch to 32 inch. The modern production (1899-1935) retails at $550 in good condition while the pre-1898 retails at $650 in good condition.

Submitted By: sam bender On: 11/18/2003 5:53:57 PM

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