Marlin Model 1893
NOTE: this is an example of a previous customer restoration, and therefore the firearm is not for sale. Please browse the showroom for our current selection of restored, pre-owned, refinished and manufactured firearms. SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter to be among the first to learn about new additions to our website.
Featured in our restoration gallery today is a Marlin Model 1893 lever action repeater, originally shipped in 1906. Marlin’s 1893 was the precursor to their Model 36 and 336, and is identifiable by its square flush bolt. Based on the patents of L.L. Hepburn, the ’93 also incorporated a two-piece firing pin. The ‘93 differed from its Winchester contemporaries in that the Marlin was side-ejecting, which provided better protection from weather and debris than the competing top-ejecting Winchester.
- New buttstock and forend in 3XXX extra fancy American walnut
- Buttstock fitted to crescent buttplate, forend fitted to action and barrel
- Hand rub in Marlin red oil finish
- Polish barrel and magazine, restore original markings, rust blue
- Polish receiver and parts to original
- Repair screws
- Engrave receiver, takedown collar, bolt and forend cap to original
- Restore original receiver markings
- Color case harden receiver, lever, hammer, takedown collar and buttplate
- Charcoal blue trigger, forend cap and small parts
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randy bloomer –
I have been fortunate enough to be the proud owner of a few Turnbull guns. The work is remarkable and the attention to detail reflects the craftsmanship. Well done.