Do you mean the Remington model 700 bolt action rifle?Marlin never made a model 700 to the best of my knowledge.
Glenfields are Marlins marked for sale by 'second-tier' retailers.
This may- I mean MAY be your rifle. It's a model Marlin Model 49 slide action Shotgun. Exposed hammer takedown combined features of the model 42 and 24. It was never in the Marlin Catalogue. It was made between 1925 - 1928.
10Your glenfield marlin 30-30 model 30 was made in 1966 according to marlin arms chart.
Do you mean ejecting?
The letter J was used by Marlin to indicate what year a rifle was produced.This system was used from 1948-1968.The letter J indicates that your Marlin model 336 SC(sporting carbine) was made in the year 1952.I hope that you find this informative.
This means established 1820.
Long and Long Rifle.
The letter G prefix to your serial number indicates that your Marlin rifle was made in the year 1950.
By "tube" I am assuming you mean the outer magazine tube. If parts are not available from Marlin, would suggest you check the website for Numrich, under gunpartscorp.
First lets start with the 336RC.This stands for the marlin model number(336),The letters RC stand for the words(Regular Carbine).The numbers 30-30 stand for the caliber of your marlin rifle,30caliber,and the second stood for 30grains of black powder.This was how the original load back in 1894 was measured.The F prefix to your marlin model 336 regular carbine indicates that it was made in the year 1949.I hope this helps.
Do you mean a model 1894 rifle?If this is the case then your Winchester model 1894 rifle would have been made in the year 1896.
to obtain rifle value you must list the maker/model. Do you mean bayonet....
You must mean the Model 97. Model 94 is a rifle?
My guess is that it is the serial number. The model 56 was the first of the Marlin "Levermatic" line of guns that featured a clip magazine and a very short throw lever that allowed the shooter to cycle rounds through the gun more quickly than a standard lever action rifle. From it came the Model 57 and 57M which were tubular magazines of the same gun and the model 62 which were .256 win. mag and .30 carbine versions of the "Levermatic".
If you mean a Winchester model 1894 rifle then it was made in the year 1929.I will say that Winchester never has made a model 14 though.Could you mean a Remington model 14 pump action rifle?
"Model". It's a military nomenclature - not the manufacturer's.
This should indicate that you have a Winchester model 70 rifle that was made in the year 1984.
Remington Model 24 serial no#s were from 00001 to 130,425.Don't know what you mean by long spur and rifle model RW408700?
Nobody knows this for sure.
I am assuming you mean a model 1894 in 30-30,if that is the case your rifle was the last rifle made in 1961.
That is the serial number assigned to your rifle at the time of manufacture.This number also indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1978.
That is the Marlin proofmark, showing the gun to have been test fired with a high pressure "proof" load. It stands for the initials of the founder of the company- John marlin.