I have the very same rifle, only in single-shot. Mine is minus a bolt and trigger group. Numrichs has millions of guns listed, but very few parts available. My solution: look for parts online by using GoogleAlerts; it searches the entire web and sends emails when matching search terms have been found.
The other option is putting a sling on it and shlepping it to gunshows. Often times a vendor will have a "box of bolts" with a sign declaring "any bolt, __$$". Other than that, our options are limited when it comes to old guns. But then again, that is part of the fun of being a garage gunsmith, yes??
I have bought firing pin parts and clips from Numrich. You can order online. They have schematics to help determine whether your 80 DL is "old style" or "new style". Price seems to be fair. The orders have been received in reasonable amounts of time. I hope that helps.
The rifle was made by marlin in good condition its worth about 100 dollars. These are usually good shooters as are most Marlin rifles; its it a keeper. It is also known as a Marlin Model 80. Clip is still available for about $16 directly from Marlin.
The first Model Marlin 39 was made from 1922-1938.There were no Marlin model 39 lever action rifles made in 1900.
The Marlin model 336RC which stands for Regular Carbine were made by Marlin from 1948-1968.
The Marlin model 25 series of rifles were first made in the years 1987-1988.Your model 25N is one of these.
It is the Marlin trademark, they put it on all there rifles or use to, it is the Marlin bullseye.
The marlin model 925 series of rifles were made from 2004-2010.So the answer to your question is no.
The Marlin model 1893 with the serial number you provided was made in 1901. It is one of the first ever lever action rifles and it is also one of the most accurate rifles of it's time.
Contact marlin customer service through their website.
The Marlin model 30AS was a No frills model of the model 336 marlin lever action rifle.This model was formerly a model of the Glenfield line of rifles.They were made from 1983-2000.These rifles were chambered in 30-30 Win.only.They had a 20in.barrel and a walnut finished birch stock.
You can go to Marlin's home page and print one from there. I printed one for my model 60. It is in Adobe format.
The Marlin Model 1936 Rifles (30-30cal) weremanufactured for only two years, 1936 and 1037. Only the 1937 rifles had serial numbers commenceing with the prefix "B".
The Marlin Glenfield model 60 is one of the rifles many variations that was in production from 1966-1982.
Yes.Most marlin model 336 rifles have been drilled and tapped for a scope mount on top of the reciever.
Most Marlin model 336 rifles will range in price from 200-300 dollars,depending on overall condition,and a decent bore.
My records indicate that the Marlin model 81DL was a promotional model that was made from 1940-1965.The value of these rifles is between 65-100 dollars.
With out a serial number to go with the model number,I can only say that the Marlin model 1889 was made from 1889-1899,with a total production of 55,000 rifles made during that time span.
marlin 336 these are excellent rifles 250 dollars
these rifles were made by Marlin 103 vendor code .They are based on the Marlin 80 series rifles .They are one of the better rifles at the time and still are .It should fetch between 75 to 125 dollars depending on condition
there is a marlin collectors site or gunbroker.com
The first two numbers of later model Marlin rifles indicate the year made. Your rifle was made in 2004.
Get a copy of the Gun Digest Asembly/Disassembly instructions for centerfire rifles. The Marlin Mod 36 is included.
My Glenfield Model 25 has a micro-groove barrel,so I imagine others do as well.
The marlin model 39A is the rifle model,while the Marlin model 39M is the carbine model.
Yes the Marlin model 336 in 356Win.caliber has the Micro groove barrel.It should be noted that there were only 1,652 model 336 rifles in this caliber that were ever made.