The Tom Mix Special model 100 was only offered in 1937-38. It was a std. model 100 with some special features. Tom Mix was born in 1880, and died in 1940.
yes they did
The Sears Model 42DL .22 caliber rifle was manufactured by Marlin Firearms, their Model 80. Check with Marlin for parts availability.
It is an 8 shot .22 caliber rifle manufactured by marlin firearms company it has a blued barrel and a mossyoak camo stock hence the c in 925c, a plain 925 has a walnut stock
Your marlin model 336 RC(regular carbine) was made by the marlin firearms company in 1948 with the E prefix to the serial number that you provided.
The J.C. Higgins Model 43 was manufactured by Marlin Firearms. It is the same as the marlin Model 83 Blackhawk_45 The J.C. Higgins Model 43 was manufactured by Marlin Firearms. It is the same as the marlin Model 83 Blackhawk_45
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Your marlin 336sc(standard carbine) was made by the marlin firearms company in 1950.
Marlin Firearms was created in 1871.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 336 rifle was made in the year 1971.
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Marlin Firearms is still in business. Check with them.(marlinfirearms.com)
Early firearms in .22 caliber were not required to have a serial number. Your Marlin 81 falls into this time frame.
the letter code J - 1952
Roughly 1900. Since Marlin mixed serial numbers between models on the early levers it can be hard to pin down exactly. As to caliber, look on the top flat of the barrel. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, to the best of my knowledge they are still manufactured at the North Haven CT factory.
to my knowledge ammo unless mil spec only is iterchangable with any weapon that fires the same caliber
1949. email@example.com An F prefix was made in 1949.
Marlin Firearms Co. was founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1870 by John Mahlon Marlin, who had worked for the Colt's Patent Firearms Co. during the Civil War.
try: Marlin Firearms.Com
See if this helps http://stevespages.com/pdf/marlin_60.pdf
The Glenfield MOD. 60 (.22 cal L.R.) by Marlin Firearms Co. is a semi-automatic.
This Marlin 39A Mountie .22 Caliber Lever-action rifle with serial number R5077 was manufactured between 1957-1958.
I can give you some general info from the 2008 standard catalog of firearms: The barrel on earlier guns is marked "Marlin FireArms Co. New Haven, Ct,U.S.A./ patented Oct. 11.1887.April 2.1889.Aug.1.1893." In 1993 the markings were changed to "The Marlin Firearms Corporation/ New Haven, Conn.U.S.A.Patented." The rifles manufactured after 1904 are marked"Special Smokeless Steel" on the left side of the barrel. There were approximately 900,000 manufactured between 1893 and 1935. Hope that helps.