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A 40" barrel produced for the Marlin model 120 12 Ga pump...I have one! Scott
The Marlin model 20A was manufactured from 1913-1922, had a standard length octagonal 24" barrel and 1/2 length tubular magazine. An optional full-length magazine was available. The loading mechanism could handle .22 s/l/lr interchangeably. The value "used condition" one is $200-400 depending on condition. A mint one will cost more!
I am looking to restore one that I have. Are you willing to sell yours?
well marlin introduced the marlin model 43 in 1922 so mabey when u figure out what you really have you could try another question My Marlin Model 43 12 gauge pump (Model number is stamped underneath, in front of the trigger guard) has Pat. 1908 on the barrel. There is also a patent date of 1922. Looks like Marlin did produce the Model 43 earlier than the 1922 date you have.
It had to be manufactured between the 1912 patent date and 1915 when the company ceased operations.
If barrel is round, it is a post-WWII Model 29. If the barrel is octagonal, and the grip is checkered, it is probably a pre-WWII Model 29. If the barrel is octagonal and the stock is plain, it is likely a Model 25. That's as close as I can get sight unseen.
The Marlin model 24 pump action shotgun was produced by Marlin firearms company from 1908-1915.
I believe I have a Marlin No.18 pump action octagon barrel single shot rifle. Would upload photo but cannot locate this option.
Which Model? don't know for sure, number x24836 on barrel What kind of gun is it? SXS, O/U, pump, single barrel? O/U's were made by Marlin.
The Marlin model 24 shotgun was produced by Marlin from 1908-1915.
The Marlin firearms company produced pump action shotguns from 1898(the Marlin model 1898)all the way up to 1985(The model 120 Magnum shotgun).during that time span Marlin made 17 different model pump action shotguns.
Octagonal barrel could be a plethora of different guns anywhere from a rolling block to a pump. Need to identify what it is first and condition, condition, condition for values.
Marlin Model 49 Exposed Hammer Pump Shotgun, 3000 made 1925-1928 for stock purchasers only, 12 gauge 2 3/4" with 30" barrel, 4 round magazine
probably early 1900's
If you can identify the model number and serial number,then we will be able to date your marlin and help with the value if you include the overall condition of your rifle.
Need to know who made it, how long the barrel is, exactly what 22 caliber it is (short, long, long rifle, etc.) and overall condition before being able to help with an answer.
Need an answer. Thank You
Marlin's first shotgun was a pump action, made in 1898. Marlin never made a double barrel shotgun in their entire history. However, Marlin did own the LC Smith shotgun company after it went bankrupt in 1945. That made them technically a "Marlin" product. If your gun is a 1800's double barrel, it is not a Marlin. Marlin did make the Model 90 over/under, but it was not in the 1800's. Please list ALL markings on the shotgun so we can properly identify it.
it is a 410 ga pump shotgun
I am going to assume that you have a savage model 29 pump action .22cal rifle.These were made with a octagon barrel up to 1940.these 22 cal rifles range in price from 220-350 dollars depending on condition.
Your Marlin model 38 pump action 22cal rifle was made between 1920-1930.
What is the model number of your Winchester 22?I will need this to give a value based on production date,and overall condition(blueing and wood).