Your Marlin model 1893 rifle,which was made by Marlin in the year 1905 have been selling for between 800-1,200 dollars.This of course depends on the amount of original finish remaining,and the overall condition of your rifle.
marlin made 1993 rifles and 1889 rifles, barrels are about $75 if good, the rifles are about $250 to $500 , all calibers are about equal.
1904 gun. Value is determined by originality, condition, and any special features that might be present. The 1893 was offered as a takedown, special barrel lengths or sights could be ordered, upgraded wood, the list goes on. Without knowing these things, value can range from $300/350 to over $1000. Digital pics would be a big help. firstname.lastname@example.org
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. email@example.com
A Marlin 1889 .32-20 Safety octagon barrel rifle in good condition (75 - 80 % finish in metal, most of original finish on wood, NO modifications) should be worth about $800.00 to $1,200.00 dollars.
The marlin model 1889 is currently valued at 250 dollars for a gun with 10% original finish remaining ,up to 1550 dollars for a great example with 90% original finish remaining on the wood and metal and a good bore.
A Marlin model 1889 rifle is valued at between 250-800 dollars for a example with between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining and a half way decent bore.
Is the the site only or the gun/site combo? If this is the site only it should be worth around $35. When are you looking to sell?
I have a marlin Safety with a ser# 40098. I believe it is a model 1894, do not know the cal. Can you tell me anything?With the serial number 119,755.Your Marlin safety model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1895.The serial number 40098 indicates that this Marlin rifle was made in the year 1890.
S is for Safety
Your Marlin model 1893 rifle which was made in the year 1898,Will bring between 350-1,000 dollars for a rifle showing between 10%-60% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.
Its probably a model 1894 & should be marked as such on the upper tang. Prior to the model 1894 Marlin made a Model 1889 in the same calibres that was not marked. But, a 1889 should only have 2 patent dates, 1887 & 1889 I believe. It is possible you have a model 1889 with a model 1894 barrel on it.
The Marlin Model 1894 was manufactured from 1894 to 1934. 44-40 WCF was the largest caliber available. A 44 S&W magnum is only slightly larger, so it MIGHT chamber, but even if it will, DON'T use it. The modern Marlin 1894 Octagon was manufactured in 1973, and was produced for that year only. It is chambered for the modern .44 S&W magnum cartridge, and was a precurser to the "Cowboy" series. The information contained in the paragraph above relates to the original 1894 rifle series which was, as noted, discontnued in 1934.
Marlin Firearms is still in business. Check with them.(marlinfirearms.com)
well, i bought one new in 1989.
The S indicates it has the post 1982 crossbolt safety.
Set the safety and cycle the action until the magazine is empty.
336 was Marlins model. 36 was Glenfields model not to be confused with the Marlin Model 36 which was a square bolt made 1945-1947. The A means a forearm endcap and the S is for a hammer block safety added in 1983.
try this website link http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=082Zz81DL
Pl 91-596, the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 is the original regulatory requirement on which the army safety program is based.
I do own both, the bolt, safety and stock seem the same but the magazine is definitely NOT the same or interchangeable
the safety bicycle. >;|
1895 according to armscollectors.com/sn/marlinlookup.php