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Here's some pics of the 1889 Marlin .32-20. It was another pawn shop rescue. This was the first model Marlin with the solid top and side ejection. This one was made in 1890. It was rough when I got it. The bore was oval shaped and bullets hit the target sideways, so I had it re-lined. It had been re-blued at one time, too. Now it's one of my favorite shooters, very accurate. 4.5 grains of Unique, 115 cast at about 1300FPS.