Looking for information on marlin 3030 model 36aserial number 14098?
Made between 1936 and 1945
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Answer . \nThe year of manufacture for serial number 2890546 is 1965. \n. \nConventional wisdom is that '94s (and others) manufactured after 1964 are not collectibles (I have a gorgeous '65 that I love to shoot just for fun (and to reduce the deer population). \n. \nTypically, a '65 will go for… around $200-350 in "pretty good", or "real good" condition ("real/pretty good" is not to be confused with any NRA or Blue Book standards but might be considered "real close" to very good to good). These are "shooters;" not collectibles - an investment in fun and utility.\n. \nGo off to your local sporting goods store to see what a new one costs and deduct about 20-30% or so (depending on the condition of yours); Try a gun show (and deduct another 10% for the dealer's BS factor), or ask some local hunters to find out what they'd pay for one. Just like here in WV, everything's relative. -j. (MORE)
Savage 340A serial number. . \nI have a Savage Model 340A, 30-30 and it has no serial number. I was told that the older ones did not have any. At the time it was made it was not legally required to have one.
Answer . Serial number records for Marlins built after 1906 are not recorded. At WWI Marlin Firearms Co. was sold, and again after WWI, so serial numbers were started over, with prefix letters. Your gun could be from anywhere between 1922, and 1935, but with the B prefix, and tang marking of "Mod…el 1893", I'd guesstimate it to be in the earlier part of that range. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe model 47 is a very unique Marlin. It was introduced around 1930, and the only way to get one was to buy 4 shares of Marlin preferred stock for $100, then the gun was free!\nThe model 47 was identical to the model 20 Marlin, except for the case colored receiver, and checkered butts…tock. It was made inlimited numbers, as nobody was buying stock in anything at that time, so Marlin didn't give a lot of them away.\nThe model 47 was the only Marlin to ever use cyanide casehardeneing also. The distinctive pattern on the receiver was much like that used on Stevens rifles, and unlike any other Marlin.\nThe magazine held 18 rounds and shot shorts, longs, and long rifle .22RF ammo. The lowest known serial number was 1247 and the highest was 1501.\nHope this helps. mm93 (MORE)
When was the Marlin Limited Edition Model 3082 US Calvary Commemorative in 3030 manufactured and what is its value in mint condition?
Answer . \nAs the model number indicates, the 3082 was made in 1982. It was commissioned by Oklahoma Tire and Supply Co., and it should have a 2T prefix to the serial number.\nThese OTASCO guns were made with the lesser quality birch stocks, and even in mint condition don't bring any more than s…tandard 336 Marlins with walnut stocks. (MORE)
Answer . The ser.# you gave is a higher number and is best answered by Marlin Manufacturing, so you need to contact them at their address. Unless you can find someone that has a bluebook on Ser# and corrisponding years it's hard to give a value. However the gun was made 1984 to date, and dependin…g on how long you have had it and the condition, it is worth $225 to $265 dollars in real good condition. Most sell for $150 to $200 without a scope.. Actually, Made in 1980 . But I do agree with the valuation. (MORE)
Answer . \nYou need to pull the buttstock off. The serial number is on the left side of the upper tang.
This firearm was made in 1938. As to value, more information is needed. The exterior finish condition and whether or not the firearm is factory original (unmodified) is used as the basis for determining it value. This assumes the gun is in good working condition. Although the 30-30 is one of the lea…st desireable calibers I would expect that your local gun shop would put a value of at least $1000 on a very high condition firearm. A junker (but still working) $250 to $300. If you were to sell it yourself (and not to a gunshop) I would take no less than 75% of thoes figures. (MORE)
What information is available on the Marlin 32 caliber Winchester lever action model 92 serial number 383134?
Answer . The Marlin model 92 was never chambered for .32 Winchester! It was chambered for the .32 Long, which is very similar (and interchangeable with) the .32 Long Colt. Marlin 92's were sold with both rimfire and centerfire firing pins and could shoot .32 Long RF or .32 Long CF. by changing t…he firing pins. You will need to check your's to know which one you presently have in the gun. Wisners sells replacement firing pins in either configuration, if your's turns out to be RF, as that ammo is hard to find. CF is easier to find, but still not readily available either. The Marlin 92 will NOT shoot .32 S&W Long, as that ammo is different. (MORE)
I have a fairly new Marlin Model 30AS 3030 with serial number 06012820 and would like to know when it was made?
Answer . Circa 1983-2000 was part of the Glenfield production lineup and became the model 336 in Y2K. Value somewhere from $100 to $325 Hope that helps! Blue Mt Gunworks
The value depends on what the gun is (rifle or carbine) and if it has the saddle ring and what the condition is. Since it is a pre-64 (manufactured in 1898) you should have it professionally appraised, preferrably by an advanced Winchester 94 collector. Almost certainly it has significant value.
Answer . Generally it is a model 94 although Winchester used the Ranger name for other firearms as well.
Marlin Firearms: A History of the Guns and the Company That Made Them by William S. Brophy
they all have a serial number it might be under the fore grip. The model 336 was introduced in 1948 and almost certainly has a serial number.
I just purchased one for $300. that included a Tasco scope and see through mounts. Stock had some small scratches but was otherwise in good condition.
I happen to have the same rifle. I have been looking for worth and owners manuals for the gun and the only info i can find on the gun is it was made in 1983.
A Marlin 336 RC .30-30 is a tube fed, centerfire lever action rifle (carbine) made by Marlin Firearms. The 336 is normally considered a "brush gun" used for hunting animals like deer, black bear and wild hogs at close range in wooded areas. The 336 is an "improved" model of the 1893 Marlin and has b…een manufactured since 1948. RC signifies "regular carbine", the gun has two bands holding the magazine tube to the barrel, a pistol grip stock and a 20 inch barrel. The .30-30 Winchester cartridge is the first American civilian cartridge developed to use smokeless powder and dates from 1895. The 30-30 is a centerfire rimmed cartridge which fires a 150 grain .308 (7.62mm) bullet at 2400 feet per second or a 170 grain bullet at 2200 feet per second. The metric designation of the .30-30 is 7.62X51Rmm. There is information about both the Marlin 336 and the .30-30 in Wikipedia. (MORE)
By the guide I use, Marlin made a "Model 18 Baby Slide-Action Repeater" from 1906-09. It was a .22cal. LR, Long Short. The tubular mag held 14 short cartridges. It had a 20" barrel that could have been round or octagon. My book lists them from $180 in good condition to $350 perfect. Hope this is wha…t you were looking for. (MORE)
What is the value of a Marlin 3030 model 1893 26 inch full octagon barrel manufactured in 1902 SN259683?
The Marlin 3030 model is a classic hunting rifle made in 1902. Thevalue of this gun today can reach several thousand dollars.
Take the first two digits of your serial number, in your case 20 and subtract that from 100. Your gun was made in 1980.\n. \nSkeeter
The Model 60 has been made since 1960. Serial numbers were not required until 1968. As a general rule, serial numbers are located on the receiver.
The way to find the year on Marlin rifles manufactured after 1972 is to take the first two digits and subtract them from 100. 100-11=89 so your rifle was made in 1989.
http://www.e-gunparts.com/model_new.asp?catID=11746 Just scroll down and select either new or old model. They are almost the same but make sure you select the right one to avoid problems.
The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
the Glenfield name used on the marlin rifle was for mass-merchandisers and chain stores that wanted brand name products to sell. this model you have was made by marlin from 1966-1970. marlin made two variations of this rifle, the change coming in 1969. it should have impressed checking on stock and …forearm. As for the JM on the barrel, this is Marlin trade mark. 77,603 were built. these sold for around $100 when they were new. They are real nice rifles, I have a 30A 1st. variation that should look almost like yours except the magizine tube is full length. I wouldn't call it rare, its worth what ever you can get out of it. good solid rifles made by Marlin! (MORE)
The age can be determined by subtracting the first two numbers from 100 e.g. 100-29=71. this link is more detailed in that it also gives the letter dates. http://www.marlinowners.com/forums/index.php/topic,495.0.html The jm on the barrel is the Marlin proofmark that the rifle has been factory test…ed. (MORE)
Internet firearms auction sites will be your best bet followed by your local gun store and gun show.
Any one know what the value of a 3030 Winchester model 94 lever action number 2700000 might be Also any other information on it Believe it was the first serial number for the post 64 model 94?
\nI believe you're right about the serial number being assigned to the first post 64. \nI have no idea what it's value might be and I doubt even the best of appraisers could give you more then a guess. \nIt's certainly a noteworthy item, but in the eyes of a collector it represents a black day in Wi…nchester's history. \nI'd suggest that you contact the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum. \nThey have the Winchester archives and they may be able to establish provenance for the gun. \nIf the gun was originally presented to somebody famous, it might increase it's value and they may have details on that as well. \nThe will charge you for this research. (MORE)
You may want to try Wisners and Brownells. Both of these companies have websites and limited parts. The 1894 and 1895 used the same parts as the model 93.. Except for some of the spring designs which is what you are probably looking for. I went throught the same effort as I recently inherited a mode…l 93 30-30. I recently took it to the range so the parts are out there and these two are good starting points.. email@example.com (MORE)
looks like the model 80 was manufactured from 1935-1939. there was two differant variations of it.
Winchester Model 94 seriasl number 1311905 was manufactured late in the year 1941.. Bert H.
The Marlin/Glenfeild 30A have gone up in value. Condition is everything of course. 3-$500 is normal.
Your Marlin model 336 RC(regular Carbine) will range in price from 250-350 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
MSRP new was $447.00. The serial tells that it was made in 1995 (first 2 #'s minus 100). You could get between 340-400 if it is in PERFECT shape.
the Marlin Model 57M (.22 Magnum) was produced from 1959 to 1969. Since most .22 rimfire rifles had no serial numbers prior to the Gun Control Act of 1968, it would have been produced prior to 1968 if it has no serial number.
The T stands for Texan ! they were made in the late 60s to 70s ... I have a 1969 Texan
The serial number is located about 3 1/2 inches forward of the center of the trigger guard on the left side of the rifle.
Western Auto did have 30-30 rifles made under their Revelation brand name, but none were Model 3030. If you can repost with the Model number, we may be able to get you a good answer. Sorry-
Some Marlin Model 56 did not have a stamped serial number. The Firearms Control Act of 1968 required serial numbers to be stamped on weapons and since the Model 56 began production in 1955 it was not required. While Marlin did stamp some, they discontinued the practice saying it was non productive.
On the bottom of the receiver in front of the lever just before the fore stock. There is a screw right below the number.
Your winchester model 1894 rifle which was made in 1982 is valued at between 250-350 dollars depending on the overall condition,and a good bore.
With the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1940.
The R prefix to your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 336 rifle was produced between 1957-1958.
With the serial number that you provided,your Marlin model 1893 rifle was made in the year 1899.
By including the serial number in your question,we will be able to answer when your Marlin model 336 was produced.
Your winchester model 1894 rifle which was made in 1902,could bring between 350-3,000 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,and a good bore.These prices also reflect if your rifle has any special order features such as special wood,checkered wood,octagon …barrel,half magazine,shotgun style butt stock,etc.The higher prices will be paid for a rifle showing these features and in very good shape.I would recommend that you have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your rifle and set a value for it. (MORE)
Between 200-350 dollars depending on overall condition of the wood and metal,and a good bore.
The letter F prefix to your serial number indicates that your Marlin rifle was made in the year 1949.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 30A was made in the year 1979.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1907.