Marlin, Model 1893 .32- H.P.S. Cal. MFG. 1902, SN: 235767, Leve...
Item # 4072
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Marlin, Model 1893 .32- H.P.S. Cal. MFG. 1902, SN: 235767, Lever Action Rifle, 26'' Half octagon/half round barrel, half mag. The barrel may have been re-bored as the current caliber stamp resides over the faint remains of a previous caliber. The stamping looks professional & may even be a factory job. The original wood stocks are very good & solid. The stock has seen a light sanding & finishing. Forend has original finish with a light layer of extra finish added. Stock has a small chip that was reglued at upper left tang & there is a tight 1'' surface crack at the front left of the forend. The original metal blue finish is 50% on the barrel, while the mostly silver receiver displays thinning brown patina. Mounted with a Lyman tang peep sight, an adjustable buckhorn rear sight & a folding globe front sight. Bore is good, dark & some roughness, but strong rifling. Marlin hard rubber checkered buttplate. Tight action. This old lever has seen some adventures & has an unusual configuration & special order features.* FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 1000 to 1500


Marlin, Model 1893 .32- H.P.S. Cal. MFG. 1902, SN: 235767, Leve...
Item # 4072
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