Model 1894
"The New Marlin Repeater 1894" offered a variety of types such as the half-magazine Baby Carbine, the regular carbine, and the musket, as well as the usual standard rifle, upgraded with a short magazine.
The early issue of this popular rifle produced a total of 10,738 carbines and 35,948 rifles between 1894-1906, offered in .25, .32, .38, or .44 caliber. Marlin reintroduced the late-model Marlin 1894 in 1969 in .44 magnum. This newer rifle has a heavier stock with either pistol grip or straight grip, shotgun-style buttstocks and a chunky forearm.
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Marlin Early Model 1894 Straight Grip/Crescent Style Buttstock

Steel crescent buttplate for this stock is available below.

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Marlin Early Model 1894 Pistol Grip/Crescent Style Buttstock

Note: the lower receiver tang is bent to accommodate the pistol grip of the wood; stock styles are not interchangeable between straight and pistol grip. Steel crescent buttplate for this stock is available below.
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Marlin Early Model 1894 Carbine Buttstock

 

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Marlin Early Model 1894 "S" Crescent Style Buttstock

The "S" crescent style of buttstock was fitted to both rifles and carbines manufactured after 1906.

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Marlin Early Model 1894 Forearm

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Marlin Late 1894 Straight Grip/Shotgun-Style Buttstock

 

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Marlin Late Model 94 Carbine Forearm

Held on with a band
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Marlin Model 1895 Blued Crescent Steel Buttplate

Polished, drilled, and blued by hand in our shop, cast from a custom mold exclusively for PGW. This buttplate is correct for both early model Marlins and late model Cowboy Shooter retrofit stocks.

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Model 1893/1894 "S" Crescent Blued Steel Buttplate

Fits only PGW 1893/1894 "S" crescent buttstock. Not convertible for use on late model or current manufacture Marlin 1894. Limited quantities available.

Also called the "sporting carbine", this stock has a gentle carbine-type curve, although it is narrower and the buttplate fits flush to the rear of the stock (does not come up over the top of the stock). This stock was fitted to both rifles and carbines manufactured after 1906.

Marlin Buttplate Screws

A pair of blued screws of the proper size and configuration for Marlin rifle buttplates.