What is the value of a lever action Marlin 22 rifle with an octagon barrel Serial Number 57068 with a Bullseye on the buttstock the Marlin trademark used since 1922?
I would guess this is a Marlin model 39, but that's the only thing I can tell you for sure. Condition of collectable firearms is necessary to estimate values. If I asked the value on my classic Chevy, I'm sure you'd want to know how the paint, interior, etc. was. Without a detailed description, or good pictures, I can't tell you. It could be as little as $50, or as much as a couple thousand. These models are getting good premiums in like new condition, but are pretty common in average to well used condition. Vall
It is absolutely *not* where u put your stud for a sling swivel. This is the Marlin "Bullseye". This trademark has been used since 1922 on all Marlin walnut buttstocks. Please note that this is not a suitable place to install a swivel for you firearm. Swivels should be mounted approximately 2 inches from the toe of the butt.
I need more info than just a serial number to figure when it was made. The model designation should be on the top tang, behind the hammer. If there is a sight there, you'll need to remove the two screws to see the model. Also need rollstamp info from the barrel to determine age, and if it has a black & white bullseye in the buttstock bottom rear.
The model 39 was made from around 1922-1938. Since you didn't mention a prefix letter, then your's would be from 1922-1928. If I had more info as to markings on the barrel, or whether it has the "bullseye" in the buttstock, I could get closer, but not with just the serial number. As for value, it's not possible to determine the appraised value without seeing the gun and examining the bore. firstname.lastname@example.org
Is it possible that a Marlin Model 93 with serial 36xx was made before 1883 as Brophy's list suggests?
But almost certainly true. Marlin serial lists are available only back to 1883, and that year began with 4001. Marlin used a single set of serial numbers for all models. No! You can't use Brophy's list for guns made after 1906. After WWI the newly formed Marlin Firearms Corporation started the serial numbers all over again. If your gun's barrel is marked, "Marlin Firearms Corporation" it is made in the mid to late 1920's. If…
What model is a Marlin Lever Action center fire has patented Oct 11 1887 and April 2 1889 on top of 24 inch octagon barrell Number in front of lever on underside is 96000?
What is the value of a Marlin 3030 model 1893 26 inch full octagon barrel manufactured in 1902 SN259683?
Value depends heavily on condition.The 336 Octagon is a desirable 336 variation for Marlin collectors, as it was only manufactured in 1973 and only 2,414 rifles were made.The 27th Edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values (2006) lists the value of a 336 Octagon in 100% condition at $500 - values have gone up since then, but not drastically. A September, 2010 auction on Gunbroker with a starting bid price of $999.00 got no…
What is the age and value of a 30-30 Marlin Model 93 rifle serial A1562 with an octagonal barrel in excellent condition?
I would need more information to narrow down the date of manufacture on your '93. The model '93 Marlins were all made after WWI, as that is when they began marking the receivers with the "Model '93" designation. The catalogs indicated a change in name designation in 1906, but Marlin continued to use and mark the tangs with the old designation until production resumed after WWI. Most likely your gun was made in the 1922-1935…
What is the value of a Marlin Fire Arms Co safety octagon barrel rifle in good condition no refurbishing or cleaning 26 inch octagon barrel 32-40 serial number 91456 and when was it manufactured?
Before an answer can be given, the correct model number needs to be known, as there are many variations of the Marlin Model 336. You will need to check the barrel, receiver and tang of the gun for any additional information, on this particular Model 336. Also, the complete serial number is necessary and percentage of wear on the blued metal parts and the percentage of wear on the buttstock and forearm.
The model 47 is a very unique Marlin. It was introduced around 1930, and the only way to get one was to buy 4 shares of Marlin preferred stock for $100, then the gun was free! The model 47 was identical to the model 20 Marlin, except for the case colored receiver, and checkered buttstock. It was made inlimited numbers, as nobody was buying stock in anything at that time, so Marlin didn't give a…
Does a small star proof mark on an older octagon barrel Marlin 39 with serial S15855 increase its value?
yes much much get a value book and look it up Answer No, it's just a manufacturer's mark, probably indicates the choke. The Marlin model 39 is a lever action .22 with an octagon barrel, as such it does not have a choke like a shotgun. The star indicates a finished product of higher than average quality: fit and finish of metal to metal parts and quality of wood as determined by a factory inspector…
When did Marlin make an 1894 model 44 magnum modern day carbine that is not the currently made cowboy gun has no safety and has the word OCTAGON stamped in large letters on its octagonal barrel?
The Marlin Model 1894 was manufactured from 1894 to 1934. 44-40 WCF was the largest caliber available. A 44 S&W magnum is only slightly larger, so it MIGHT chamber, but even if it will, DON'T use it. The modern Marlin 1894 Octagon was manufactured in 1973, and was produced for that year only. It is chambered for the modern .44 S&W magnum cartridge, and was a precurser to the "Cowboy" series. The information contained in…
By the guide I use, Marlin made a "Model 18 Baby Slide-Action Repeater" from 1906-09. It was a .22cal. LR, Long Short. The tubular mag held 14 short cartridges. It had a 20" barrel that could have been round or octagon. My book lists them from $180 in good condition to $350 perfect. Hope this is what you were looking for.
Can anyone provide information on a Marlin 25-20 pump action rifle with an octagonal special smokeless steel bbl dated July 4 1911?
The Marlin firearms Co.made the Model 27 slide action rifle in 25-20WCF from 1910-1911.It had a 2/3 tube magazine,7shot,24in octagon barrel with open sights,and a plain straight grip stock.It also made the Model 27S which had a safety button on the right hand side of the receiver in either round or octagon barrel.this was made in the year 1913.I hope that this helps.