Your marlin model 1893 was made by marlin in 1904.
With the serial number that you provided,your marlin model 1893 rifle was made by marlin in 1904.
Octagon * * * * * An equilateral octagon (though not necessarily regular).
If it's a regular octagon , it's having 8 lines of symmetry .
An octagon is a polygon. The name refers to its shape, not its size. It can have an area of less than a billionth of a square foot to more than a billion square feet.
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octa- is the prefix meaning "eight". An octagon is any eight-sided figure. The shape of a stop sign is a popular example of an octagon.8. An octopus has 8 legs, octuplets means having 8 babies is one delivery, oct generally means 8.
An octagon is commonly known for having 8 sides and 8 angles.
Adj. 1. rifled - of a firearm; having rifling or internal spiral grooves inside the barrel smoothbore, unrifled - of a firearm; not having rifling or internal spiral grooves inside the barrel
It would reduce it. The only way a P38 would have a chrome lined barrel would be as a result of aftermarket work, or by swapping in a postwar P1 barrel, which would reduce its value for having mismatched parts.
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The barrel is threaded into the action, if it's loose, you're going to need to take it to a gunsmith.They can add shims to the barrel so that it's tight and the lug for the magazine tube ends up in just the right place.Is the barrel really loose or are you having accuracy issues?
In order to answer your question correctly,I would need a detailed description of the rifle in question.It is very important to describe the amount of original finish remaining,and if any special order features are present,including a octagon barrel,half octagon half round barrel,special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,is it a takedown model?All these will have a effect on the price of the rifle.A Winchester model 1894 rifle that was made in the year 1904 could have respectable collector value.You may want to consider having your rifle examined by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.to determine a more accurate value.
Your Browning which was made in the year 1947 will bring between 350-550 dollars,depending on overall condition,and a good bore.A vent rib barrel will bring more than a model having a plain barrel or solid matte rib barrel.
I can give you some general info from the 2008 standard catalog of firearms: The barrel on earlier guns is marked "Marlin FireArms Co. New Haven, Ct,U.S.A./ patented Oct. 11.1887.April 2.1889.Aug.1.1893." In 1993 the markings were changed to "The Marlin Firearms Corporation/ New Haven, Conn.U.S.A.Patented." The rifles manufactured after 1904 are marked"Special Smokeless Steel" on the left side of the barrel. There were approximately 900,000 manufactured between 1893 and 1935. Hope that helps.
It depends on if it is a model 1 with no engravings blued steel $494 , or with engravings and brass trigger (model 2) 567 dollars new, there are other nickel finish and steel finish versions called field grade that range from $529- $786 the highest having the old style octagon barrel.
An octogon box is an unusual way to package items. From the top view, the box is shaped like an octagon, having eight sides. Even though these boxes have a unique shape, they are just as easy to assemble as rectangular boxes. They also offer greater sturdiness and a more compact space in which to contain special items.
Yes. All "rifles" are self-defined as having rifling. Lands are the high part of the barrel. Grooves are the deeper spirals cut or otherwise impressed into the barrel to spin projectiles.
Springfield is the manufacturer. A rifle is a long arm with a rifled barrel. A carbine is a short rifle, generally considered having a barrel length of 20 inches or less. All carbines are rifles but not all rifles are carbines.
Any of several cacti, especially in the genera Ferocactus and Echinocactus, having unbranched, globular to columnar, ribbed spiny stems.
Why would you ask such a question? Is this a TEST?? Do YOU know the answer?? Do you have one? What is the serial number? what is the caliber? how long is the barrel? Is it a takedown or solid frame? have you asked the record keepers? Do they even know? HOHR barrels are rare and having seen some of the old records, it is quite possible that this question has no good answer because they did not always write down all of the information about every gun that left the factory. They were offered in the catalogs, but seldom ordered. Most buyers did not have the time or money to wait for a special order gun. DON firstname.lastname@example.org
If your sweet sixteen is unfired and having 100% of its original finish remaining,the value will be as follows.A plain barrel shotgun is worth 1,075 dollars.A solid matte rib barrel model will be 1,650 dollars,and a vent rib barrel model will bring 2,100 dollars.
A regular octagon is formed from 8 isosceles triangles, each having a base length of 'd' (the length of a side of the octagon) and base angles of 67.5°. The height of one triangle is, 1/2d.tan67.5 The area of one triangle is, 1/2(base x height) = 1/2d.1/2d.tan67.5 = 1/4.d2tan67.5 The area of the octagon = 8 x area of one triangle = 2d2tan 67.5 = 4.8284d2. Thus, 4.8284d2 = 43560 : d2 = 9021.5714 : d = 94.982 The perimeter = 8d = 759.86 ft. (2dp). Note : It can be shown that the area, A = d2(2 + 2√2).
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It depends on which barrel you need. Light 12 barrels are more expensive than the standard weight barrels. Is your gun a Magnum? If so, a mag barrel would be required with a 3" chamber. Having the correct barrel address to match the date of your gun is also important. All of this said, extra barrels usually run in the $150 to $400 range for most A5's.
If it is in perfect condition as you state,your 1902 model 1894 Winchester rifle could easily fetch between 2,000 dollars or more depending if there are any special order features with the rifle.This could be special order wood,checkered wood,half magazine,take down model,octagon barrel etc.i would seriously consider having a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your rifle.
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