Marlin Model 1893
NOTE: this is an example of a previous customer restoration, and therefore the firearm is not for sale.
Featured in our restoration gallery today is a Marlin Model 1893 lever action repeater, originally shipped in 1894. 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 full octagon barrel, rust blued and marked as original
- New buttstock and forend in field grade walnut, crescent butt plate fitted
- Polish original magazine tube, rust blue
- Polish action and all parts for correct finish
- All screws repaired/replaced
- Restore all original markings
- Color case harden receiver, lever, butt plate and bolt
- Charcoal blue trigger, hammer, forend cap, sights, screws and small parts
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