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Owners of any newer "Winchester" '94 gun having a rebounding hammer. I will not work on any such "Ranger" gun for any reason. I may consider working on the 30-30 chambering version but do not count on it.

I find the former to be undependable and prone to breakage.

I find the latter to be impossible to smooth up to any reasonable degree.


I convert the modern Marlin 1894 to work with various non-factory and wildcat chamberings with cartridge lengths up to about 1.9-inches. So far, I have made guns in 41-454 Casull, 454 Casull, 440 Cor-Bon, 475 Linebaugh, and 50 Action Express.

Similarly, I convert the modern 1895 Marlin to work with various wildcat chamberings based upon the 50-110 WCF cases, with cartridge lengths of about 2.7-inches. So far, I have made guns in 348 Marlin, 358 Marlin, and 510 Kodiak Express. 

Many other chamberings are feasible and the list of potential wildcat options is essentially endless. Call about pricing for this custom work.



 

 




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