Roughly 1900. Since Marlin mixed serial numbers between models on the early levers it can be hard to pin down exactly. As to caliber, look on the top flat of the barrel. email@example.com
I have one and it's a 22 caliber.
Serial number 332055
If the action will handle the caliber and if someone makes one and if the barrel profile is the same, yes.
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.
Which model, what condition?
I believe I have a Marlin No.18 pump action octagon barrel single shot rifle. Would upload photo but cannot locate this option.
In order to determine the exact value of a Marlin model 1892 22 caliber octagon barrel lever action firearm, a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Most importantly, the condition of the firearm.
The caliber should be marked on the barrel near the receiver. The Model 39 is a 22LR
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I have a octagonal barrel .32 caliber Remington Patent date May 3, 1864 - What would it be worth?
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There was no Model 1908, so I am assuming you are looking at the 1908 patent date on the barrel. Which is wierd, since the only .25 caliber slide-action rifles produced by Marlin were the Model 27 (.25/20) and 27S (.25 RF) which did not have the 1908 date. Please doublecheck your information.
The model 38 Marlin was made from around 1921-30. It was called the model 32 when it came out in 1915, but was dropped during the War, and renamed after the War.
marlin made 1993 rifles and 1889 rifles, barrels are about $75 if good, the rifles are about $250 to $500 , all calibers are about equal.
I am looking to restore one that I have. Are you willing to sell yours?
Need a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, type of action.
Just the barrel?
The guide I use states it came in .22 or .32. If it had a 16" barrel, it was a .22, but longer barrels could have been either.