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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?

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2006-02-17 19:58:14
2006-02-17 19:58:14

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

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It is the Marlin trademark, they put it on all there rifles or use to, it is the Marlin bullseye.

This is the Marlin "Bullseye" trademark has been used since 1922.

This is the Marlin "Bullseye" trademark has been used since 1922.

you load the gun in the buttstock

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.

Yes it will For anyone interested, I just called Marlin and found that the buttstock are compatible with each other, but not the forend. The forend of a 30AS has a cap and the forend of the 336 has a band...... Linohunter

You need to pull the buttstock off. The serial number is on the left side of the upper tang.

The Limited had a 24" bbl., straight stock, no checkering, and a smaller forearm . Two versions - 1/2 round, 1/2 octagon, and full octagon.

Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 39M was made in the year 1973.

A Marlin 1889 .32-20 Safety octagon barrel rifle in good condition (75 - 80 % finish in metal, most of original finish on wood, NO modifications) should be worth about $800.00 to $1,200.00 dollars.

With the serial number that you provided,your marlin model 1893 rifle was made by marlin in 1904.

Your Marlin model 1893 rifle was made in the year 1895,with the serial number that you have provided.

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.

yes in most cases it can be interchanged with little or no modification

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.

$1000 to $1200 and going up. No longer made and Remington has bought Marlin

With the serial number that you have provided,your Marlin model 1893 rifle was made in the year 1907.

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A Marlin model 1889 rifle is valued at between 250-800 dollars for a example with between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining and a half way decent bore.

Try searching this site or asking them............ The Marlin Collectors Association http://www.marlin-collectors.com/forum/index.php Tom LOOK UNDER THE METAL BUTTPLATE, ALSO REMOVE BUTTSTOCK AND LOOK ON LEFT SIDE WHERE IT IS STAMPED MOD. 20-A ON TOP.

Between 200-1,000 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.


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