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How old is a glenfield mod 50 12ga?

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2011-01-05 16:46:32
2011-01-05 16:46:32

I have a Glenfield Model 50 that i purchased new in 1969 or 1970,there about.

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THIS Glenfield MOD 50 BOLT ACTION SHOTGUN WAS MANUFACTURED 1966-1972. I HAVE ONE AND ALSO CANNOT LOCATE THE SERIAL NUMBER.



I can't really tell you without seeing it, but no more than $250 probably, unless there is something extremely special about it. They usually run $75-$150.


where is the "best priced" shop to purchase the loading tube for the golden 50 glenfield 65 22 l.r. by Marlin Firearms?


Here. What information do you want? repair@countrygunsmith.net


Bolt Action 12 gauge mod 50.You can get one in geat condition for about $80 to $100.


Exc. V.G. Good Fair $120 $100 $75 $50 Try gunpartscorp.com for a magazine or triple K in San Diego or the Old West Scrounger


Exc. V.G. Good Fair $120 $100 $75 $50 Try gunpartscorp.com for a magazine or triple K in San Diego or the Old West Scrounger


The Glenfield 50 was manufactured in 12ga from 1966 to 1979. The bolt-action magazine fed shotgun came at various times with fixed or variable chokes. The stock was birch with a walnut finish. 89,883 were produced. All had 28-inch barrels. It was produced in 20ga in 1966 and 1967 with a full choke 26-inch barrel. The Marlin 50DL was produced in a birch/walnut stock in 1996, 12ga, 28-inch barrel with fixed modified choke. In 1997 and 1998 it was produced with a black synthetic stock. I found one reference stating it was produced after 1998, but can't confirm it. The answer to your question is that while they are generally similar, they are not the same.


Your Glenfield model 75C will go for between 50-75 dollars on today's market.


from $50 to $150 depending on condition and location.



what is a model 65 golden 50 worth


50-1000 or more depending on specifics



Glenfield rifles were usually the hardwood stocked lower-priced Marlin rifles sold at Sears, Western Auto, K-Mart, etc... in the 50's and 60's. Value of your specific rifle all depends upon what year, condition, accessories, etc... For more information on the rifle see... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlin_Model_60


It is worth $75 to $135 depending on condition.



Marlin made a Golden 39A .22 lever rifle from 1954 to 1963 (serial prefix L through W). The Marlin model 50 was a semi-auto 12 ga. shotgun. If you have a .22 rifle marked "Golden 50," it isn't a Marlin. I have a Golden 50 Glenfield Mod. 65 from the Marlin Firearms company built in 1970.



If it's in good condition, about $175. I've seen them from $200 to $130.


I would seriously start my search at numrich gun parts corp.your gun is a model 60 glenfield that was made for montgomery wards by marlin/glenfield.


The Golden 50 was made in 1971... The first two of the serial number indicate the year made... hope that helps!


You should be able to.Your western field model 50 was made for montgomery wards by glenfield/marlin.The model 60 glenfield is the same firearm,and Numrich gun parts corp.should be able to help you.They may be found on the web.


Single shots, $50-$75. Double barrel, $150-$250.



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