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30WCF, thank you Bert…..

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Saw some 1894’s @ the TGCA show this weekend that may be helpful to the surveys:

1894 Carbine 993902 44WCF

1894 Rifle octagon 405187 32-40

1894 Rifle octagon 747200 30WCF

1894 Rifle round 912555 30WCF

1894 SRC 925581 38-55 (wish I had bought this one!)

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Bert,

My question is, how scarce is a ’94 rifle with a half octagon with a full magazine? I saw one at a local show that was a strong 80% plus at 2k. I did not pick up as I might have wanted it.

Walter  

This configuration is not really scarce and I don’t think there was much interest in them. I have a real nice, # 348731 in 38-55, that letters as in the whse. for 5 1/2 years. PR date was 1907. Shipped late 1912. Rifle is a good, strong ,92%, with unturned screws. Also has a minty bore, unusual they say, for a 38-55. I think the 2K price was not out of line. Bore consideration a factor. Might have been a good investment.  Big Larry

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TXGunNut said
Saw some 1894’s @ the TGCA show this weekend that may be helpful to the surveys:

1894 Carbine 993902 44WCF

1894 Rifle octagon 405187 32-40

1894 Rifle octagon 747200 30WCF

1894 Rifle round 912555 30WCF

1894 SRC 925581 38-55 (wish I had bought this one!)  

Mike,

Can you provide additional details on each of them?

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Saw another SRC today, 865135 30WCF

 

I have a few notes but wasn’t well organized yesterday and didn’t get as much info as you probably wanted. I remember the barrel lengths but not much else.

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Saw another SRC today, 865135 30WCF

 

I have a few notes but wasn’t well organized yesterday and didn’t get as much info as you probably wanted. I remember the barrel lengths but not much else.  

Mike,

Barrel lengths, magazine tube lengths, and any non-standard features.

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Nothing non-standard that I recall. Rifles 26″, carbines 20″ with carbine sights and butt plates. Can’t recall any short mags in this group but at this point I can’t say. Only non-standard sight was a late model Marble rear on one of the rifles. The SRC I looked at today was full length mag.

The 38-55 SRC belongs to Bob Eder, I can call about the mag length. I don’t know the owners of the other guns. 

I’m sorry, will try to be better organized next time.

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Bert, there’s a few 94’s…

SN 888246, 32WS, 2/3 magazine (16″), STD barrel & sights.

SN 985383, 32WS, button mag, Rocky mountain ft sight, STD rear,STD barrel

889562, 30wcf , full mag, all STD but rear sight Lyman 56a.

632733, 32-40, Oct barrel all STD but sights replaced not idenitfyed

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Vince,

Thanks.  I already had all four listed in my survey.

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Another 94 or 2 for ya Bert,

 

SRC  Chambered in 25-35

SERIAL# 966433

SRC chambered in 30 WCF

Serial # 556183

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Erin,

Thanks! Both are new entries.

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