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What is ballpark estimate on Ranger Model 36 bolt action rifle mfg dates?

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2005-02-27 05:20:11
2005-02-27 05:20:11

The Ranger 36 cross-references to a Marlin 80 with an adjustable trigger. This model was manufactured from 1935 to 1939.

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