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.
Early model stocks are not interchangeable with later rifles, and vice-versa. For early-style stocks designed to fit later rifles, please see our Cowboy Action page.