What is the value of the 30-30 Centennial lever action with the gold piece in the stock?
This is not an expensive firearm and any value over a run of the mill 336 would be to a Marlin collector. Used and in great shape,( no marks on the stock, bluing 100% and the gun in unfried condition) the gun might go as high as $300.
Your best bet may be to check through the firearm auction websites. Firearms sold through on-line auctions must be shipped to a dealer in your home state, where you would complete the same processes as if buying the gun from that dealer. While there are other local sites, perhaps the 3 largest such sites are gunbroker, gunauction, and gunsamerica.
I just purchased a 94AE lever action 30/30 with a scope, serial # is 6369611 , and paid $349 in exellent condition. Mine has a composite stock and holds 4 rounds, 5 if one is chambered. I purchased it from a certified dealer and was completely inspected by a gunsmith and they gave me a one year warranty.
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Does anyone make a pistol grip style stock for a Marlin bolt action 22 magnum rifle or can any other stock be customized to this rifle?
Although I have seen some straight-stocked Marlin lever action rifles, as far as I can recall, every Marlin bolt action rifle I ever saw came from the factory with a pistol grip stock. If by "pistol grip stock" you mean a stock like the police sometimes use on riot guns, with just a pistol grip, and no shoulder stock on it, I've never heard of it, and can't imagine why anyone would want one. I…
If you are refering to the Marlin lever-action repeating rifles; models with the golden triggger are designated as model 336W with a hardwood stock instead of a walnut stock. Usually these models came with a factory installed scope and padded sling as part of the package. All other 336 models (except for the laminated stock models) have American walnut stocks. See the Marlin website for further information.
The barrel is what the projectile travels through when it's fired. It gives the projectile direction, creates a tight space for the gases to propel the projectile (giving it range and velocity), and, in the case of a rifles barrel, spins the projectile to give it stability in flight. A buttstock allows you to fire a weapon from your shoulder. The action is what extracts a spent casing, ejects it, then loads a fresh cartridge…