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Answered 2011-08-25 02:27:25

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.

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