yes it is manufatured by marlin and is a marlin model 70 re packaged as the 701
Glenfield,which was made by Marlin Firearms Company made a bolt action .410ga shotgun from 1956-1965.This was the marlin model 59 which is the same shotgun as your Glenfield model 60.
The AB prefix to your serial number indicates that your glenfield was made by the marlin firearms company in 1966.
I know that the J C Penny company sold the glenfield model 30A.The otasco company also sold this model.
your marlin/glenfield was made in 1974.
Marlin Glenfield. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx Marlin Glenfield http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx
Contact the company Marlinfirearms.com for a free manual . It can be downloaded
value marlin glenfield model 60 22 simi auto rifle
most likely it is. marlin (glenfield is marlin) began using micro-grove technology in 1953.
Store brand name. Made by Marlin.
your glenfield was made in 1968.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Marlin(Glenfield) rifle was made in the year 1980.
Call Marlin Customer Service 800-544-8892. Place orders there. Part # 504046. Glenfield 20 is same as Marlin Model 780, except for the wood.
My Glenfield Model 25 has a micro-groove barrel,so I imagine others do as well.
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.
That is the Marlin proofmark, showing the gun to have been test fired with a high pressure "proof" load. It stands for the initials of the founder of the company- John marlin.
Marlin made the Glenfield firearms, not Winchester.
Your Glenfield model 60 was produced in 1989.
straight from marlin
The glenfield version of the marlin mod 336 are selling for between 200-300 dollars,depending on the overall condition of the rifle.
The Glenfield model 75C is a carbine variant of the Marlin model 60 produced for 1975 to 1992 by th m Mrlin Firearms Company under the name of Glenfield. Differences include shorter 18 inch barrel compared to the Marlin's 20. Length of pull on the Glenfield is shorter. The Glenfield also has a shorter and lower capacity magazine tube. The Glenfield hold 9 shots in the magazine, while current Marlins hold 15. Nearly all parts are interchangeable, and the Glenfield can be converted to modern full sized Marlin 60 specifications if desired.