I got one with scope, three boxes of ammo and sling for $300 cash, but I think that was a good deal. the "g" comes from the fact that it was marketed under "Glenfield arms." There were about 2900 made. It is apparently a less expensive model of the 3036, having a birchwood stock instead of oak. There were actually 5930 of the Marlin Model 36G .30-.30's made between 1964-1966. They were a cheaper knock off of the model 3036. They came with a Birch Stock and a 20" standard Barrel. I have serial # AA 9323.
value marlin glenfield model 60 22 simi auto rifle
$90.00 to $40.00 depending on condition.
50 to 80 dollars
I found the value of a Marlin/Glenfield (similar serial) to be at about $2,700. I'm looking too, but that's the price I was able to find.
In good working condition $150 to $200
about $140 depending on the condition
That appears to be a Marlin serial number, dating to 1982. The Marlin Glenfield Model 25, in pristine condition, would bring $100-$125. firstname.lastname@example.org
That is basically a Marlin Glenfield Model 30 as made for the OTASCO chain of stores in Oklahoma. The model number is derived from the base model (30) and the year of sale (in this case 1980). It will have no additional value over a standard Marlin Glenfield Model 30 in equivalant condition, about $150 if excellent. email@example.com
Your Glenfield model 75C will go for between 50-75 dollars on today's market.
100-300 USD depending on condition, box, papers, accessories, etc..
The Glenfield brand is part of Marlin firearms. The most definitive answer will come from Marlin. And the nice folks at Marlin Customer Service just told me that your rifle was made in March of 1972. As far as value, depends on condition. In Excellent condition, these currently sell for between $375-$400. The 30A is a slightly plainer version of the Marlin 336- an excellent rifle.
Glenfield Model 30A, caliber is .30/30. Value is $125-$200 depending on condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
between $100 & $300 (nz dollars)
A Marlin Glenfield Model 60 .22 caliber semi auto rifle with a squirrel engraved in the stock and a serial number 20160178 is worth between $100 and $300. The actual value varies greatly based on its overall condition.
There is no accurate way to answer your question without knowing more about the specific gun. Most of the value will depend on the overall condition and exactly what model of firearm it is. There are also variances of value by region where the firearm is located. As a ballpark figure, a generic Marlin/Glenfield model 336 rifle in used good (80%+) condition should have a value of around $175-$250
The Glenfield model 25 wasn't a Marlin, so determining what it actually is is not easy. Obtain a copy of Modern Gun Values and try and determine the actual manufacturer. A Glenfield version is typically worth 75% of the manufacturer's value.
The Marlin model 20 was introduced in 1966. It became the model 80. Value is approx. $125. to $160. Answer courtesy of Teddy Roosevelt at Gallery of Guns
Your Marlin model 989M2 will bring between 75-150 dollars based on how good the condition of your marlin is.
It is worth $75 to $135 depending on condition.
$25 to $125, depending on model and CONDITION.