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
Contact Marlin via their website and request an owner's manual
Literally hundreds of pages of material have been written on the M1 Carbine, to include different marks used by contractors and subcontractors. Your best bet is to find a copy of Scott Duff's book(s) on the M1 Carbine.
No, No and NO!!! Though that's my opinion, but one of the many rasons I hate it is because it's a copy of HSM which is a copy of Greece, I hope there isn't a Camp Rock2!
Get a copy of the Gun Digest Asembly/Disassembly instructions for centerfire rifles. The Marlin Mod 36 is included.
Brophy's book on Marlin Firearms history would be the place to start. I own a model 995, have a copy of the manual.
If it is a military issued carbine, and not a civilian copy, depending on maker, condition, model, etc, they are worth between $600-$1000 (for some or the rare makers)
You need to find a copy of Brophy's book on Marlin History
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.
Kind of. The Boot Camp application comes with Mac OS X, but you have to buy your own copy of Windows.
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.
You get the MIAI Carbine Rifle, if you didn't pre-order your copy you have to wait until you get to level 65.
The basic M4 carbine is limited to three round bursts, but the M4A1 does indeed have unrestricted full auto capacity, as do the Canadian variants of the M4 (Diemaco [now Colt Canada] C8), and the unlicenced Chinese copy of the M4 (Norinco CQ-556A).
Marlin made their Mod 336 chambered in 30-30 which is similar to, but not a copy of, the Winchester model 94. Taurus has a copy of the Mod 92 and may bring out a model 94 now that Winchester has stopped making them.
You may be hard pressed to find the manual; cannot check right now as the Sears manual site is down for maintenance. but the parts site is active. The parts breakdown is there and you can copy and save the pictures to get the breakdown. There is a link to the engine parts breakdown ther as well. See link below
Find a copy of the company history written by Brophy and look up the sn.
Stop By Your Dealer Parts Department. Most Of Them Will Run You A Copy Of The Parts Breakdown Of It.
Find a copy of the company history written by Brophy and look it up in one of the many sn tables.
copy/paste this URL: http://web.mac.com/camphalfblood/Camphalf-blood.com/Camp_Home.html NOTE: 2010 summer session is sold out. this is the website for the bookpoeple day camp in Austin Texas, not camp half-blood as described in the book
I have Been told that this gun is a copy of a marlin 80 and that clip Should fit it but this is just heresay
Check out a copy of Fjestad's Blue Book of Gun Values in your local library or book store. It will give you current values for old Marlin pump action shotguns.
Are You Looking For The Configeration Of The Fuel Tank Or The Wiring. Most Dealer Parts People Will Be Glad To Run You A Copy Of The Parts Breakdown.
Value depends on condition. I found a site listing them from $1,100 up to $2,500. Copy and paste link (you may have to copy it in two sections because of length): http://www.collectorsfirearms.com/admin/show_inventory.php?catID=2&subcatID=18
Check the auction sites or find a copy of the Blue Book of Gun Values.