marlin 35 cal. lever action. rifle/ Marlin makes the rifle ,but not the ammo for it.
Assuming it is in good condition to shoot any modern day ammo, yes.
In order to determine what ammo is appropriate for your Marlin rifle,i Would need to know what model of marlin you have?Is it a model 1889,1893 etc.I would also need to know what markings are found on the barrel(40-60,38-40,40-65 etc.)this will all assist in the correct ammo for the rifle in question.Please repost your question with the info required to help you determine the correct ammo for your rifle.
The 2 most popular 30-30 rifles made- the Winchester 94 and the Marlin 336- both hold 6 cartridges.
Your marlin should be marked on the side of the barrel as to which type of 22 ammo it needs.example of 22 short,22long.22 long rifle,22magnum.
The Marlin 1895CB is a strong action. It can handle any factory standard ammo made today, including the hotter stuff. No need to worry about that gun!
You will have to contact Marlin to find out.
shooting pointed bullets in tube magazine , pointed bullets can set off the ammo in the rifles recoil.
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The winchester 25-35 Cartridge CAN be safely fired in a 25-36 Marlin caliber firearm. They are similar cartridges, the Marlin is a bit longer. For that reason the Marlin ammo cannot be fired in the Winchester.
The barrel should be stamped 30-30 winchester.
The marlin model 781 was chambered for the .22 long rifle.
The Marlin Model 62 "Levermatic " rifle in caliber .256 Win. Magnum was only made from 1963-1966, with about 9000 made. These are fairly scarce- I have only held one of them in my life. You MAY find one through on line gun auctions, such as gunbroker.com, or auctionarms.com. Your next question will be where you will find .256 Win Mag ammo. Do not believe this is being commercially loaded.
Marlin 30-30 336 RC (mine is made in 1955) lever action is an excellent shooter, hunter and home defense gun. Compact enough in case of nationwide emergency to take with you, can take down a target wearing a helmet and the ammo is cheap and readily available. Costs about 250-350 depending on your geographical area.
I assume you mean .35 Remington rifle ammunition vs. standard 30-30 rifle ammo. If so then they are not the same and although they look similar they are not interchangable. I hope this answers your question.
The ammo does not generate enough gas to operate the action.
the serial number 21171 would be from late 1888, the 38W stands for 38winchester also known as a 38-40 caliber. this gun will be either a late model 1888 marlin with top shell ejection, or a very early 1889 model with side ejection, also the model 1889 would be marked marlin safety on top of the reciever. in either case this is a antique black powder cartridge firearm and should not be shot with modern smokeless powder ammo, due do stronger ammo pressures and weaker steel that was used in the guns of this period.
Read your manual, or request a free catalog from Marlin. Factory load is always what they recommend.