In good working condition $150 to $200
Marlin started producing the 778 in 1979, production ended in 1984
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I am not 100 % sure, but the research I have done indicates that they were produced from 1978-1984, with 1984 being the last year of production. The Marlin Model 120 is the continuation of the Glenfield 778 with some parts being interchangable.
its a gun.Your Marlin model 778 shotgun is a slide action shotgun chambered in 12ga.Magnum.It was available in barrel length,s from 20in.to 38inches.It weights 7 3/4lbs. and was discontinued in the year 1984.Yours was made by Marlin sometime between 1969-1984.
It has value as a shooter only - not a collector piece. $100-$200.
Answer the glenfield by marlin is compatible with marlin 120 12ga barrels are available for the 120 the only difference is the stocks wich are also interchangable the 120 is higher quality I love my glenfieldThat model is obsolete and you are not going to find a slug barrel. If you must use slugs, you can have the existing barrel modified to accept interchangeable choke tubes and use a rifled tube when shooting slugs.
This is actually a Marlin 120 with a cheaper grade stock. In good condition I would take less than $200.00 for a sturdy and reliable weapon. It has been mechanically compared to the Winchester Model 12.
I own a glenfield 778 without the magazine plug it can hold a maximum of 6 rounds on in the chamber and 5 in the magazine
That model has been obsolete since 1982. You might find a scanned copy available on one of the gun auction sites or eBay.
No, The 778 is a pump style shotgun with a tube style magizine.
Could your model be 775 or 774, NO 778 model by Savage or Stevens
yes and they sell rifled slugs that shoot better
what the market will bear , left handed model worth more to a left hand er
The factors of 778 are: 1, 2, 389, 778.
It is: 778 = DCCLXXVIII
hello, the lever action 30-30 would be a Marlin 336 made for the Westernfield but I see you're askin about the M72. I awesternm pretty sure its the Marlin again, perhaps more closer to Marlin Glenfield. No, this is actually a version of the Mossberg Model 472 lever-action .30/30, not the Marlin. You have to remember that Montgomery Wards had a long-standing business relationship with Mossberg. Wards originally did buy lever-action rifles from Marlin, which were marked as the Western Field Model 33, but in 1971 the Wards buyers contacted Mossberg management about designing a lever-action for the Wards Western Field label. Mossberg took on the project and with collaboration from the gun design group at Belmore-Johnson had a prototype ready within the year. Wards management liked the prototype and a large contract was issued for the gun, which became the Mossberg Model 472. Interestingly enough, the gun did not appear under the Mossberg brand until 1974 - Wards got the first rifles two years earlier. It was produced until 1979, replaced by the Model 479. So, the Western Field Models 72, 72C, 771, 772, 777 and 778 are all variants of the Mossberg 472. 'Revelation' Model 205 and 207 (Western Auto) are also Mossberg 472's. The specific Model 72 is a 24" barrel .30/30 with pistol grip stock, a private-branded 472PRA. Although the Mossberg 472 and the Marlin 336 have a similar appearance to the novice, all you have to do is work the lever. The Mossberg trigger rotates down with the lever, whereas the Marlin trigger remains in the receiver. firstname.lastname@example.org
778 multiplied by 382 is 297,196.
778 kg = 122.5 stone
778 in Roman numerals is DCCLXXVIII
1 million = 1,000,000 → 778 million km = 778 × 1,000,000 km = 778,000,000 km Also, 1 million = 10⁶ → 778 million km = 778 × 10⁶ km = 7.78 × 10⁸ km
778 = seven hundred seventy-eight.
Passions - 1999 1-778 was released on: USA: 25 July 2002