The short answer is no, a Marlin 915Y can not be converted to be magazine fed. The long answer is that with enough money and effort it could be done by a competent gunsmith, but I suspect that it would cost hundreds of dollars to do so.
The marlin model 925 series of rifles were made from 2004-2010.So the answer to your question is no.
The Marlin model 925 22 long rifle, was first introduced in 2003. Before that it was Glenfield Marlin model 25 or just Marlin model 25. Hope this helps.
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No. The Model 25N (along with the 25NC, and 25MNC) use a newer clip design that is released by depressing a lever on the gun. This same design is used in the current Model 925's. However the original Model 25 clips are released by depressing a lever on the clip itself.
Very little. Mostly cosmetic year to year changes. In 2003, the 25N was renamed the 925.
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It is an 8 shot .22 caliber rifle manufactured by marlin firearms company it has a blued barrel and a mossyoak camo stock hence the c in 925c, a plain 925 has a walnut stock
I do own both, the bolt, safety and stock seem the same but the magazine is definitely NOT the same or interchangeable
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Glenfield Marlin Model 25 rifles were patterned after the Marlin 80C and Marlin 780 rifles. The Glenfield name was added for sales to coast-to-coast chain-stores versus stores that were specific Marlin dealer stores. The Glenfield 25 was manufactured from 1979 through 1982 according to Brophy. Others would suggest the Marlin Glenfield 25 was produced from 1972-1982. Regardless, the Glenfield name was dropped in 1983. The rifle continued as the Marlin Model 25 until 2003, which then became the Marlin 925. Differences between the Marlin and Glenfied were purely cosmestic i.e. birch stocks instead of walnut stock, different trigger guards, and triggers (black instead of gold colored). It is still being produced in .22LR (Marlin 925) and .22 Magnum (Marlin 925M) versions today. Most parts between the Glenfield 25 and Marlin 780 will interchange with no problem. Some of the Glenfield 20 and 25 will interchange as well. However, not all late model parts between the Marlin 780 and Marlin 80 will interchange with those models made in the pre-70s.
The Marlin Mod 25 production started around 1966 and is still sold as the 925. For the exact year of production of your firearm you will have to locate dedicated Marlin collectors. Manuals are available by download from Marlin's website: http://www.marlinfirearms.com/customersupport/manuals.aspx If you want an original, try eBay.
925 = 925/1
The Glenfield 25 was manufactured from 1979 through 1982. Some would suggest the Marlin Glenfield 25 was produced from 1972-1982. Regardless, the Glenfield name was cancelled in 1983. The rifle continued as the Marlin Model 25 until 2003, which then became the Marlin 925. Thousands were produced so YES it is common to find a Marlin-Glenfield Model 25. How many original matching Marlin scopes made it so far with the rifle however is another story. I have not seen many with the matching scope so this may be uncommon. The Model 25 is a robust and classic rifle. Enjoy :)
925 is not gold.925 is Sterling Silver.
It is worth whatever melt is. The silver dollar is damaged and they never use rare dates (the 1928 peace dollar is rare, it is likely a 1928-S coin which is quite common) and so it would be worth about $20 for the coin. However, there is the question on whether the money clip itself is silver, usually the clip would be marked "STERLING" or 925 if it is silver. If the clip is silver, you have added value with whatever the weight of the silver clip is.
The factors of 925 are:1, 5, 25, 37, 185, 925.
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