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no, because the shell length of the 44 magnum is to short to properly function in a 444 marlin. I have a friend who tried it and, it didn't blow up but it actually scratched the barrel because it didn't line up properly.

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No. Even if they did, it wouldn't be safe to fire them.


No, you can not. The 44 Special can be fired in any firearm chambered and marked for the 44 Magnum cartridge. The 444 Marlin is a rifle cartridge (much longer than either the 44 Spl or 44 Mag), and is much more powerful. The 44 Spl and 44 Mag. were designed as handgun cartridges, but have been adapted to a small number of lever-action carbines. Bert H.


No, you cannot. Even if you can get them to chamber, you won't maintain proper headspacing, and it could result in a chamber explosion, which could, in turn, result in injury or even death to the firer.


Yes. The 44 magnum can fire 44 special ammo in the same way a .357 magnum can use .38 Special.


Remington did not make a carbine in .44 Magnum caliber. They did chamber the Model 788 rifle in that caliber. Do you have a Ruger carbine in .44 Remington Magnum, or perhaps a Marlin in that caliber? sales@countrygunsmith.net


There ARE rifles and revolvers chambered for the 44 magnum cartridge. If the weapon is marked ".44 Magnum" then it can be used in that weapon. You should know that there are other .44 caliber catridges, and THOSE weapons (44 Special, 44-40, etc) cannot use 44 magnum loads.



No. If it will even fit (the rim of a 44 magnum cartridge is much larger than a 45 Colt) it would be very dangerous to do. 45 Colt firearms were not designed for the forces of a 44 Magnum cartridge.


In a .44 Magnum revolver, yes. In a semi-automatic .44 Magnum (such as the Desert Eagle), no.


The Marlin model 1894, chambered in .44mag, will accept all factory .44 magnum ammunition. I recommend jacketed or semi-jacketed ammo to prevent lead from fouling the barrel. Other than that, you're good with any "off the shelf" .44 magnum ammunition you choose.



If you mean serial number 27,078,977;then it was made in 1973.


Your serial number indicates that it was made in the year 1973.



It is: 55+444+44+5 = 548


Your rifle is a Marlin 25M. You can check with Marlin Customer Service, expect price to be AROUND $25 plus shipping.


It can use either 44 magnum or 44 special


That is a version of the Marlin Model 57 LeverMatic, and will bring $200 or so.


Can't give a very specific answer without make, model, distinguishing features, etc.


The Marlin 1870 is valued at a price close to $600 to $700. The exact will price will depend upon the condition of the rifle.



The Marlin 1894 is a short action designed for pistol sized ammo. They're typically found in .357 magnum or .44 magnum. They were produced a few years in .22 magnum also.They can be found in .41 magnum and a cowboy version in .45 Colt. The Winchester 1894, or later just the 94, is chambered in .30-30 and .32 special. The Marlin rifle chambered in .30-30 is the 336 or one of its many sub-models. Hope that helps.


well i have a 44 magnum the maximum distance is 1 kilometre


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.44 Long? Check your cartridge again. As for your question, whatever you have, I'm almost 100% certain it won't be compatible with a .44 Magnum firearm. The only cartridge backwards compatible with the .44 Magnum is the .44 Special, and even that has limitations. .44 Special can be fired in a .44 Magnum revolver, but you need to check with the manufacturer before attempting this with a rifle, as the rifle will have a headspaced chamber.