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Marlin brings 4 new 1894 lever guns in .357 MAG to SHOT Show (PHOTOS)

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The 1894C and CB are traditionally styled lever guns now in production, chambered in .38/.357 (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

The Remington-owned lever gun maker had a four-pack of .357s for their classic 1894 line on display in Las Vegas last week.

Of the four, one, the 1894C, is a reintroduction of cowboy gun that graced Marlin’s stable for years. Featuring a 10-shot tubular magazine for .38SPL/.357 under a 20-inch barrel, the carbine is traditional with a checkered walnut stock and blued finish with a hooded front sight. MSRP is $788 and Marlin reps told Guns.com the guns will start shipping next month.

New to the series is the 1894CB or Cowboy model in .357. Priced at $1,092, it resembles the 1894C but has Marble sights, smooth walnut furniture, and a polished octagon barrel.

Yes, the 1894 Cowboy has an octagon barrel, though with Ilion rollmarks. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Yes, the 1894 Cowboy has an octagon barrel, though with Ilion roll marks. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

A fresher take on the vaunted lever gun line is the 1894 CSBL, a polished stainless big loop with an abbreviated six-shot magazine tube, a 16.5-inch barrel, and a laminate stock. For fast target acquisition, the CSBL includes XS lever rail and ghost front right sights. MSRP is $1,145 and is expected to start shipping in April.

The 1894 CBL is stainless and laminate with big loop and XS sights (Photo: Marlin)

The 1894 CSBL is stainless and laminate with big loop and XS sights (Photo: Marlin)

Finally, the 1894 CST is an all-weather offering from Marlin that reps say is the first of the company’s lever guns with a factory threaded barrel for a suppressor– making it especially appealing for hog hunters. Like the CSBL, it includes XS sights and is expected to ship this summer. MSRP is $1,154.

The CST may be Marlin's first factory threaded lever gun (Photo: Marlin)

The CST may be Marlin’s first factory threaded lever gun (Photo: Marlin)

All of the 1894s include a hammer-block cross bolt safety and a traditional half-cock hammer position.

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