How old is the Marlin 59A 22 magnum lever action?
No such model. Exactly how is the rifle marked? firstname.lastname@example.org
Marlin has a Model 39A in 22 L.R. I would love it if they made one in magnum.
Have a Marlin Model 59A lever action rifle and would like to know how old it is and what it is worth it says on the barrel The Marlin Firearms Co est 1836 Model 59A Micro Groove Can you help me?
go to: marlinfirearms.com and pose the question to them Updated Answer - I believe you are probably talking about a Marlin model 39, not 59. Check here for much information about the model 39: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlin_Model_Golden_39A Also as has been refernced above. Contacting Marlin Customer Service will help get the information you need.
Whats the value of a J C Higgins 410 model 10125 in excellent condition with the original shipping box?
I cannot find a "Savage Model 59A" in any reference book - are you certain of the model number? There is a common Savage rifle, the Model 99A, which was chambered for .303, .30-30, or .300 Savage. The caliber markings will be on the barrel. If it is a .22 then it is almost always chambered for .22 Long Rifle. If it is chambered for .22 short, it will be marked as such. If in…
That shotgun was made for Sears by Savage/Stevens and is basically the Stevens 59A bolt-action. Remove the takedown screw from the bottom of the stock and separate the metal from the wood. Remove the bolt stop screw from the left side of the receiver and remove the bolt rearward. We do not recommend any further disassembly.
A Bank of England One Pound note (Series C - green)(Chief Cashier - L.K. O'Brien - serial 59A), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch anything up to £16 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £4 to £10 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
Where can you find a trigger for a J Stevens 410 bolt model 59a if it is not available from Numerich or Jack First?
The J.C. Higgins 101.25 is worth from around $75 to $125. They were made by savage/stevens, model[s] 39A,59A,B, & C... Also note that the 101.25 is a repeating, tube fed, bolt-action .410 shotgun, [NOT a 30'06 rifle], made in the 40's-50's. It is strongly advise against using 30'06 in this firearm, as serious injury/damage/death can result.
Your shotgun was made for Montgomery Ward stores by Savage/Stevens/Springfield, and is their Model 59A. This gun was made from 1934-1973. If your shotgun has no serial numbers, it was made prior to 1968. Serial numbers were not required by law on rifles and shotguns until then. Unfortunately, we can't really nail down dates for most of the "store brand" guns other than the dates that the parent model was made, as there are few…