These guns were never drilled/tapped for scope mounts. Like most inexpensive .22 rifles, the top of the receiver is grooved for tip-off mounts. The mounts and rings are typically one piece, and sold virtually everywhere - even Walmart.
$359.00 to $890.00 us $
Model indicates a particular design by a particular maker. In the case of the Marlin/Glenfield Model 25 rifle, it is a bolt action rifle in caliber .22 Long Rifle. It has a 7 shot box type magazine. The Model 25M is in caliber .22 Magnum
Length, not caliber, determines action size
Hi,I bought one in super condition last year for $85.00 from a local gun shop. It is a bolt action single shot.
Your serial number indicates that your Glenfield model 20 bolt action was made in the year 1980.
Glenfield,which was made by Marlin Firearms Company made a bolt action .410ga shotgun from 1956-1965.This was the marlin model 59 which is the same shotgun as your Glenfield model 60.
I paid 97.42 with tax and everything at my local pawn shop Friday the 13 July 2012
A model 336 .35 caliber Marlin in good condition can be sold/purchased for anywhere between $225 - $350.00 (better condition better price).
Do you have the pump shotgun or the lever-action rifle?
I assume your single action is pre-war ? If so, then made about 1907. As to the caliber, check markings on barrel. that should give the caliber.......
$25 to $125, depending on model and CONDITION.
THIS Glenfield MOD 50 BOLT ACTION SHOTGUN WAS MANUFACTURED 1966-1972. I HAVE ONE AND ALSO CANNOT LOCATE THE SERIAL NUMBER.
If you state the caliber we could then determine the size of the action.
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About 100 USD.
No, 284 is larger than a short action can take.
It depends on what caliber it is chambered in.
The rotating action of the drill bit makes the hole.