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The marlin model 80dl was made by marlin from 1940-1965.
marlin model 101 22 calsl-lr 27438484 ? year
I don't know the value of your .22 Ranger bolt action,but it was made by Marlin for and sold by Ranger.It is the same as the Marlin model 80.All parts will fit
I believe that the marlin model 783 holds 7 rounds.
Try the Marlin website or eBay.
It is a great lil cat killer
Yes, The model 41 was made by Marlin. It was based off of their model 101.
Usually around $100.00.
Magazines available at ammoclip.com
If your Ranger is a bolt action .22, it is likely a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
The value of a Marlin Cal bolt action model 187 gun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is worth between 90.00 and 135.00 as of 2014.
It is my understanding that a magazine from a Marlin 89C or 56 (both .22 rifles) or an Ithaca X-15 .22 rifle will fit the Seras 46DL. See your local gun dealer.
No...the Marlin .22 lever action is the Model 39. An amazing history behind the model 39 and they are still made new (39a) and a great gun. 336 is a round bolt where as the 39 is a square bolt, and is also in its current 39a form a takedown model as well.
I had luck with a Marlin bolt action. Unsure of model though.
Seems like I remember seeing that Marlin mfred it.
Yes in tube feed bolt action. Kinda odd looking bolt handle.
The Sears Model 42DL .22 caliber rifle was manufactured by Marlin Firearms, their Model 80. Check with Marlin for parts availability.
Marlin made a model 98 semi-auto .22cal rifle from 1957-1959.They also made a model 980 bolt action .22cal rifle from 1962-1970.They did not make a model 98 bolt action rifle in .22caliber.
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.
this rifle was made by marlin it was marlin glenfield model 10 try Numrich arms in West Hurley NY
Marlin did not make an 890. but they did make an 89C (often mistaken for an 890) This is a box magazine fed .22 LR semi-auto. If that is what you have, here is a link to a video showing assembly/ disassembly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1hpc-k28Cg
it is made in the 1700's
Depends on the model and condition. Range from 50-150 USD.