Some sources say the Marlin 60ws with the gold trigger and brass medallion were made for distribution through either the NRA or Ducks Unlimited--I suspect the former is more likely, as it sponsors youth shooting programs. Also, I'd think a Ducks Unlimited edition would have a medallion featuring some sort of wildlife--like ducks!
Your Marlin model 60W was produced by Marlin in the year 1995.The value of your rifle is between 45-100 dollars.
It is worth about $149.95 and that gun was produced in 1995.
I have a 30as with a gold medalion in the stock.
The bolt is removed from a Marlin model 81 by first opening the bolt completely, then while holding the trigger back all the way, continue to pull the bolt the rest of the way back. Sometimes it is necessary to hold the trigger back while re-inserting the bolt.
"go to DIP and buy a target trigger for around $30" I take it from that statement you don't own the DIP trigger. I do, it's been on my 60 for over a year, it does not reduce trigger pull. It's a great rigger, I like the straight profile over the curved Marlin trigger and the adjustment for trigger pre-travel, but it doesn't reduce trigger pull. This has been confirmed by several DIP trigger owners and my Lymann digital trigger pull gauge. There is no simple fix for reducing trigger pull on a Marlin semi-auto. The action has to be taken apart and have parts replaced or modified to reduce pull weight. For anyone really interested in reducing pull on the Marlin 60, 795 or other variant of the Marlin semi-auto, you should log on to Rimfire Central forums and read the information provided in the stickies of the Marlin sub-forums.
yes they did
Marlin makes one in that chambering.
Depending on condition, about the same as any Marlin 70 rifle.
That is the T-900 system, restricted by Marlin. email@example.com
Your marlin 336sc(standard carbine) was made by the marlin firearms company in 1950.
Your gun is valued at $90.00
they were only made in 1965
I have one and it's a 22 caliber.
Simply because Marlin thought it would look better. These gold trigger Marlins are not different than any other Marlin. They were made for a certain number of years with gold triggers, and all models got them at that time.