Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 30A was made in the year 1979.
around $350-$400, depending on condition.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 30A was made in the year 1982.
I would check the lower tang,under the lever.
$140-$225 depending on condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Marlin model 30A was made in the year 1978,with the serial number that you have provided.
The 30A was produced from the late 1970's to the present. Value: New Exc V.G. 350 275 200 The year of production may be available through the Marlin website or from advanced collectors.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Marlin(Glenfield) rifle was made in the year 1980.
30A, yes. A30, no. email@example.com
Google "Numerich Arms," they have a complete schematic.
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!
With the serial number that you have provided,your Glenfield model 30A was made in the year 1977.
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.
It is the exact same rifle as the Glenfield Model 30A, and yes parts are the same as the Marlin 336. Forearm is the cap style.
Do a web search. Try Nurmich Arms first.
Marlin Glenfield. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx Marlin Glenfield http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx
Your Marlin Glenfield .30.30 model 30A was made in 1974. For this perticular rifle, take the first two digits of the serial number (Yours are 26). Subtract 26 from 100, and you get the year of manufacture, which is 1974. Hope this helps.