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Can you get parts for a Glenfield model 75 if so where?

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2006-01-05 17:17:40
2006-01-05 17:17:40

The Glenfield 22 model 75 is the same as the Marlin 75. It was made for Sears and the parts probably can be obtained from Marlin In New Haven, Connecticut. This site has parts for the Glenfield model 75. http://www.gunpartscorp.com/ I have them. www.countrygunsmith.net

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The Glenfield model 25 wasn't a Marlin, so determining what it actually is is not easy. Obtain a copy of Modern Gun Values and try and determine the actual manufacturer. A Glenfield version is typically worth 75% of the manufacturer's value.

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My Glenfield Model 25 has a micro-groove barrel,so I imagine others do as well.

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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 :)

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Marlin still manufactures the model 60 so you should be able to get parts directly from their service department. Here is a link to the model 60 on their web site. At the bottom of the linked page you can download a free user manual for your rifle. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firearms/SelfLoading/60.asp

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Depends on the condition and how bad you want to sell it. Are you selling to a parts company or gunshop? If so about 50 dollars. Selling to an individual - 60-75 75 dollars

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To see the Used Value (Blue Book Value) of your gun you can go to www.UsedPrice.com All Glenfield firearms are really Marlins, so look for a manual for a Marlin 75. Value will not be much, I'd guess $100-$150 retail. Blue Book cross-references to Marlin 989M1, but the M1 isn't in the listings, but the basic 989 production started in 1962 and 989M2 in 1966, so it's in that range. Of about 25 .22 Marlins listed, only 4 have a price range other than $65-$135, and they're not far off. I had a model 75 marlin glenfield I bought at Sears in the early 70's. It is a 10 shot semi auto similar to the model 60 but does not hold as many rounds. I paid around $70 for rifle and 4x scope. I live in a saltwater environment and this was a very dependeble and suprisingly accurate rifle for the price. It is LR shells only.

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in great condition the max is 110.00 at a local gun show but this all depends on condition and presentation so between 0-110.

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Starting in 1973, you could subtract the first two numbers of the serial number from 100 and determine the age or year of manufacture. Before 1973, the first two digits of the serial number, indicated the year of manufacture. So, your model 25, like mine, was made in 1969. Some online resources point to Brophy as the authority on dating a Marlin/Glenfield. But then Brophy states that the model 25 didn't start being produced until 1977. i know this to inaccurate as my father purchased the Glenfield model 25 I currently own in 1969, the second year of production which actually stated in 1968.

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