The Marlin model 30AS was a No frills model of the model 336 marlin lever action rifle.This model was formerly a model of the Glenfield line of rifles.They were made from 1983-2000.These rifles were chambered in 30-30 Win.only.They had a 20in.barrel and a walnut finished birch stock.
Your Marlin model 30as was made in the year 1988.
Your Marlin model 30AS was made in the year 1995.
Your Marlin model 30AS was made by Marlin in the year 1995 with the serial number that you provided.
Your Marlin model 30AS was made in the year 1987,with the serial number that you provided.
Your Marlin model 30AS was made in the year 1984.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 30AS was made in the year 1984.
A Marlin model 30AS is a leaver action 30 cal hunting rifle starting production about 1985
Around $350, depending on condition.
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Your Marlin model 30AS was produced in 1995,that makes it 17 years old.
prior to the year 2000 the marlin model 30AS was a way for marlin to distinguish that the rifle with the AS was a part of the glenfield line of guns,which were made with a walnut finished birch stock.The same applys to the AW except this also indicated all weather,meaning synthetic stock.
Yes it will For anyone interested, I just called Marlin and found that the buttstock are compatible with each other, but not the forend. The forend of a 30AS has a cap and the forend of the 336 has a band...... Linohunter
The Wikipedia site for marlin 336 rifles includes a table showing how to use the serial number to find date of manufacture.
Your Marlin rifle was made in the year 1987.
The Marlin Model 30A, in 30-30 chambering, replaced the Model 30, and was manufactured from 1973-1983. It was basically a Model 30 with a full length tubular magazine. It was originally marketed under the 'Glenfield' brand name, but the Glenfield line was dropped in later years, and the Marlin name was used. The Model 30A came in both a straight-stock, and pistol-grip stock versions. All were chambered for the Winchester 30-30 cartridge. In all, around 300,000 Model 30As were produced before being replaced by the Model 30AS in 1983, and the Model 336, which is still being produced. The Model 30AS is identicle to the Model 30A, except that it has a cross-bolt safety. The Marlin Model 30A is almost identicle to the current Marlin Model 336, the differences being cosmetic, such as no checkering on the stock. Both are side-ejecting. The ones with the Marlin name on the barrel are worth a bit more than the Glenfields, due to not as many being produced. Average value is around $400.00 for one in good shape. I own a Marlin Model 30A myself, and I can tell you they are great shooters and well worth the money!
Made in 1986, economy version of the Model 336. Value around $150. email@example.com 1986. Values depend on condition. What's the condition?
Magazine holds 6 cartridges, I think your rifle was made in 1989, but check w/ Marlin Customer Service thru their website.
By posting the serial number to your rifle in this question.The model 30AS was made from 1983-1999.After the year 2000 this rifle was desiginated the model 336AS,and then the model 336A.This time frame was from 2000-2007.
I have a 30as with a gold medalion in the stock.
that answer is "YES" The stock works fine on a Marlin 30AS however there is some slight modification needed with a dremmel tool to get it perfect. The Fore end however does not fit as it is at least 3/4" to 1" short. On the Marlin 30AS there is a fitting that is attached physically to the Barrel that has two screws on either side that attaches a metal cap onto the farthest end of the Fore End and the Marlin 336 Fore end will not reach that cap. SO....unless you have a fantastic gunsmith that can modify that metal cap so that it is 3/4" to 1" longer the fore end will not fit properly at all.
The marlin model 39A is the rifle model,while the Marlin model 39M is the carbine model.
The Marlin Firearm company has owner manuals for the different firearm models that they sell. You can find downloadable versions of the manuals on the company web site.
"08" would make your gun a 1992 vintage. Value is around $200 in good shape, maybe a bit more in like new.
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The Marlin model 925 22 long rifle, was first introduced in 2003. Before that it was Glenfield Marlin model 25 or just Marlin model 25. Hope this helps.