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The Marlin Model 1894 seems to languish in the shadows of the Model 336 and Model 1895. Languish may be a bit strong, but I thought of the word, kind of liked it, and decided to use it somewhat inappropriately. In 1893, L.L. Hepburn revised his Model 1889 design with several patentable enhancements with a…

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