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What is the value of a marlin est1870 micro groove barrel model 336-44 magnum?


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2014-08-26 21:59:49
2014-08-26 21:59:49

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.

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It should be marked on the barrel if it has the Marlin micro groove rifling.The model 25m was made from 1989-2003.That being said it will if it was a early made rifle.

My Glenfield Model 25 has a micro-groove barrel,so I imagine others do as well.

What is the value of a Marlin Micro Groove Barrel MCD 336 Cal 30-30 WIN?"

I have seen them sell for between 400-500 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.

You will need to add the serial number,to get the answer to your question.

it was made from 1960-69 with a 24 inch barrel.

Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 782 was made in the year 1977.

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.

If your Marlin model 57 levermatic is showing between 80%-95% of it,s original finish,it would be worth between 200-300 dollars.

Marlin switched from Ballard rifling to the newer micro-groove on their 81 DL model in 1954.

The Marlin 99 was a low-priced utility rifle made only from 1959-1961 and it has not much collector value. Today they sell for under $100 and Micro groove is no longer used by Marlin because it wore out too quickly. It was used to lessen production time and cost.

New? Used? What year? what condition? Use your head before asking.

250-375 dollars depending on overall condition of the rifle in question.

Your serial number indicates that your model 782 rifle was made in the year 1981.

No. Also, Marlin does not sell the barrel for the 882 as a component part. The Model 17 barrel can be installed, but again finding the barrel is a problem. The existing barrel can be relined to .17HMR.

The Marlin model 1894, chambered in .44mag, will accept all factory .44 magnum ammunition. I recommend jacketed or semi-jacketed ammo to prevent lead from fouling the barrel. Other than that, you're good with any "off the shelf" .44 magnum ammunition you choose.

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