The Marlin Glenfield model 20 is the same basic gun as a Marlin model 780. Contact Marlin direct at: Marlin Services P.O. Box 248 North Haven, CT 06473 They will send you a free manual for the 780. Or you can call them toll free at: 1 (800) 544-8892 I am not aware of any web sites that offer this manual as a download. For free downloadable manuals of a lot of other firearms try here: http://www.again.net/~steve/page7b.htm Regards, Rob
Visit the Marlin website. They may have the owner's manual available for download. If not, they will supply you a paper copy, typically free of charge.
Contact the company Marlinfirearms.com for a free manual . It can be downloaded
Same as a 336 Marlin. Call Marlin at (203) 239-5621 and they will send you a free manual.
Try the Marlin web site or eBay. Try the Marlin web site or eBay.
Go to http://www.marlinfirearms.com/ and request an owners manual for the marlin glenfield model 60. They have changed little since 1980.
Look for a manual for a Marlin 60. e-gunpats.com may sell them. Updated Answer - You can also download a free manual on the Marlin web site for the model 60 - it is the same firearm. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firearms/SelfLoading/60.asp
Visit the Numrich Marlin/Glenfield page. Or the Marlin home page to download the PDF version of the Model 60 manual. These two rifles are very similar in design. http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Models.aspx?catid=310 Marlin downloads. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/customersupport/manuals.asp
The Marlin Model 60 manual may be dowloaded from Marlin's website.
The Marlin Mod 25 production started around 1966 and is still sold as the 925. For the exact year of production of your firearm you will have to locate dedicated Marlin collectors. Manuals are available by download from Marlin's website: http://www.marlinfirearms.com/customersupport/manuals.aspx If you want an original, try eBay.
Try contacting Marlin.
Marlin probably has one and most likely won't sell it to you.
The maximum speed of the 1965 AMC Marlin coupe manual 6cyl 155hp is 110 mph.
According to my owner's manual for the Marlin Glenfield autoloaders 75C and 60, the model 60 specs are as follows: Length: 40 1/2", Weight: 5 1/2 lbs., Barrel: 22", Front sight: Ramp, Rear sight: Adj. open, Mag. Type: Tubular, Stock: 1 pc. walnut-finish hardwood, Ammunition: .22 L.R., Mag. Capacity: 18. Manual dated 1975.
A guy on eBay has a store called Rediscovered Shooting Treasures (RST). He sells reproductions of the Marlin Model 120 manual.
Try the Marlin website or eBay.
Contact Marlin via their website and request an owner's manual
This is wholly dependent on the format in which the manual is presented and the model of iPod. As an example, the manual for an iPod Touch, in PDF format, contains 230 pages.
The first step should be to read the owner's manual. You can request a paper copy from marlin, or go the the link below that says MARLIN, and it will take you to the owner's manual. Check that the rilfe is unloaded before performing ANY maintenance.
The Manual is on the drivers CD in PDF Format.
Your Glenfield Model 30GT is basically a Marlin 336 with a straight stock. If you go to Marlin firearms website you can download the manual there. Your 30GT was only made in 1979 and 1980 then discontinued. The T stood for Texan the G either Glenfield or Grand depending on who you talk to. Based on the 21 in the serial number (oldguns.net) your 30GT and mine were made in 1979. They were not as poular due to the difference in the stock design and only 7,737 were ever made. About $250 is a close estimate on value. They are excellent shooter, just not collectible even though rare.
To see the Used Value (Blue Book Value) of your gun you can go to www.UsedPrice.com All Glenfield firearms are really Marlins, so look for a manual for a Marlin 75. Value will not be much, I'd guess $100-$150 retail. Blue Book cross-references to Marlin 989M1, but the M1 isn't in the listings, but the basic 989 production started in 1962 and 989M2 in 1966, so it's in that range. Of about 25 .22 Marlins listed, only 4 have a price range other than $65-$135, and they're not far off. I had a model 75 marlin glenfield I bought at Sears in the early 70's. It is a 10 shot semi auto similar to the model 60 but does not hold as many rounds. I paid around $70 for rifle and 4x scope. I live in a saltwater environment and this was a very dependeble and suprisingly accurate rifle for the price. It is LR shells only.
AnswerYou can contact Marlin Firearms company for a copy of the owner's manual, which has a parts breakdown diagram.Marlin Firearms company puts a downloadable copy of the owners manual on their website : www.marlinfirearms.com . The parts diagram is :http://www.marlinfirearms.com/pdfs/manuals/MFC_Centerfire.pdf
Send me your email & I'll send you a scan of the manual.