In my experience no. Pretty equal, but the Remington's got it all over the marlin for speed of reloading, accuracy and power. The Remo's do malfunction with some of the flinky 10 shot aftermarket mags out there sometimes and I have seen the new 7615's break firing pins although this was attributed to ammunition.
Marlin, currently owned by Remington, produces lever action and bolt action rifles. They probably could make you a pump action .30-30 but it would be unlikely that you could convince them to do this as a custom job unless you offered tens of thousands of dollars to possibly re-chamber a Remington 7600, modify its magazine to hold and feed the rimmed cartridge and stamp it with Marlin markings. You would do better to go with lever action...that is the action the .30-30 was designed for.
If you want a lever get the Marlin, if you want a pump get the Remington, if however you want a semi-auto get a Ruger.
Marlin, Winchester, Henry, Sako, Remington The TYPES may include bolt action, pump, lever action, and autoloading as the most common types.
The marlin 1897 lever action 22 is valued at $555 in fair condition. In excellent condition, it is valued at $1,150.
No, bolt-action only. Bummer! I was under the impression that they did some years back but discontinued the 35 cal. lever action rifle by Remington
I have a Marlin 30 30 deer rifle and it is jammed with the lever action down how can I unjam it?
Depending on condition, a Marlin 1895 lever action in 45-70 sells for $400-$500.
I have Marlin Model 336RC lever action I inherieted recently... Serial number I found was under the lever.
I think it was Marlin. For sure it was Marlin
.22 to 450 Marlin
A marlin lever action 30-30 rifle can hold fife shells in the magazine and one in the chamber.
If I understand your question correctly,you have a Marlin lever action rifle chambered in 38WCF(38-40).If that is the case,then you have a Marlin model 1889 rifle,that was made in the year 1892.
Mossberg, Savage, Remington, Winchester, Marlin, .22 caliber rifles. They could be lever action, bolt action, pump, or semi auto.
Remington never made a 35 caliber lever action rifle, you have a rifle by some other manufacturer in 35 Remington, who's?
Take it to a gun smith.
The Marlin lever action 38w, serial number 41436 is valued at $700 in excellent condition. It is valued at $500 in fair condition.
The Marlin 22 1929 39A lever action in good condition is valued at $400. In excellent condition, it is valued at $600.
It's a version of the Marlin 336 lever action rifle that was made for KMart back in the day.
Your Marlin rifle was made in the year 1987.
The Gun Digest bookstore: http://www.krausebooks.com/category/firearms_knives sells the Assembly/Disassembly manual for centerfire rifles that discusses the Marlin lever action rifles.