$250-$350. Guns with steel receivers instead of aluminum will bring more. email@example.com
About $873 depending on condition.
Has it ever been fired?
50-175 USD depending on condition
The Marlin 1870 is valued at a price close to $600 to $700. The exact will price will depend upon the condition of the rifle.
That is a version of the Marlin Model 57 LeverMatic, and will bring $200 or so.
Hi, we have a piece in brand new condition. Price quoted is 100k, negotiable.
I assume you're talking Marlin here.In 100% condition I would only guess oh-------- maybe,$375
Marlin made the model 922 in the early 1990's
Yes the Marlin Model 1894FG is chambered in .41 mag.
No such model. Exactly how is the rifle marked? firstname.lastname@example.org Marlin has a Model 39A in 22 L.R. I would love it if they made one in magnum.
100-400 USD depending on condition
I have seen them sell for between 400-500 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.
Not that I am aware of.
About $200-250 USD
Try a 1300 barrel
$500 for a good one with a scope
no, because the shell length of the 44 magnum is to short to properly function in a 444 marlin. I have a friend who tried it and, it didn't blow up but it actually scratched the barrel because it didn't line up properly.
The designation of using .22WMR means that your Marlin model 25M will shoot only .22 Magnum rimfire ammo.The .WMR stands for Winchester Magnum Rimfire.The model 25M (M means Magnum Rimfire) also express,s this.
The Marlin 1894 is a short action designed for pistol sized ammo. They're typically found in .357 magnum or .44 magnum. They were produced a few years in .22 magnum also.They can be found in .41 magnum and a cowboy version in .45 Colt. The Winchester 1894, or later just the 94, is chambered in .30-30 and .32 special. The Marlin rifle chambered in .30-30 is the 336 or one of its many sub-models. Hope that helps.