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If your Marlin model 57 levermatic is showing between 80%-95% of it,s original finish,it would be worth between 200-300 dollars.

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The Marlin firearms company produced pump action shotguns from 1898(the Marlin model 1898)all the way up to 1985(The model 120 Magnum shotgun).during that time span Marlin made 17 different model pump action shotguns.


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Yes the Marlin Model 1894FG is chambered in .41 mag.


No such model. Exactly how is the rifle marked? sales@countrygunsmith.net Marlin has a Model 39A in 22 L.R. I would love it if they made one in magnum.


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no, because the shell length of the 44 magnum is to short to properly function in a 444 marlin. I have a friend who tried it and, it didn't blow up but it actually scratched the barrel because it didn't line up properly.


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Type your answer here... The Sears J.C. Higgins model 44dlm lever action rifle was made by Marlin Firearms Company and is the same as the Marlin Model 57M, chambered for .22WMR (.22 magnum). It was produced between about 1959 to 1969 (?).


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Just as a magnum wine bottle is larger than a standard bottle, the firearms industry used the term magnum to refer to a cartridge that is more powerful than the standard cartridge.


The Marlin 1894 is a short action designed for pistol sized ammo. They're typically found in .357 magnum or .44 magnum. They were produced a few years in .22 magnum also.They can be found in .41 magnum and a cowboy version in .45 Colt. The Winchester 1894, or later just the 94, is chambered in .30-30 and .32 special. The Marlin rifle chambered in .30-30 is the 336 or one of its many sub-models. Hope that helps.


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The price range on your shotgun is between 165-200 dollars depending on the amount of finish being between 60%-90%.The Marlin model 120 magnum shotgun was made from 1971-1985.


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Try marlin directly or I would go to Numrich gunparts corp.they may be found on the web.


Remington did not make a carbine in .44 Magnum caliber. They did chamber the Model 788 rifle in that caliber. Do you have a Ruger carbine in .44 Remington Magnum, or perhaps a Marlin in that caliber? sales@countrygunsmith.net


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