MARLIN'S WEBSITE! about $13.00 each.
We have virtually all the parts for most Marlin models. email@example.com
The value of a 22 SLLR Sear Roebuck model 42-103.19791 depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 85.00 and 125.00 as of 2014.
Not sure the question are you looking for the model, manufacture date or what? Is it a pump, bolt, or???
SLLR indicates that the weapon is chambered for Short, Long and Long Rifle rimfire ammunition.
Average price for the rifle itself in VG condition is $75-$125. The scope could add some value depending on the type of scope. Worn rifles of course have less value.
Your local dealership is the best place to get a screw for the firing pin on a Sears model 42-103 19791-22cal sllr bolt action gun. Pawn shops often carry them too.
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.
I know of 2 for sale at $100 (and they are still for sale). I read an article on line that said $150 if it is new in box
Before asking these questions one might search the list to see if this question had been asked and answered. An iteration of a answer on this is "from 1968- 1973 the year is the first two digits in the (sic) serial from after 1973 subtract the first two digits from 100 (ex 2011645 - 100-20=80). before 1968 there are no serial # on .22 cal firearms." This should help you determine the year of manufacture in regard to Glenfield/Marlin model 25. As an example: my dad bought me a Glenfield/Marlin 25 from the local JCPenney for 42usd. I do not know why I remember that but maybe it was a lot of money in those days. My serial number is 72422xxx, I will not show the last three digits of my serial for the sake of privacy. My serial started with a 72 for the year 1972. That is correct because he bought it for me as a gift the spring of 1972; for rabbit hunting. Some would say the Glenfield had no swivels for a sling but mine did and some would say the trigger should have been black but mine is chrome. Just some added information. Good luck and peace be to the journey!
It dosen't have one, too old!
I have two of these magazines. May be looking to sell them soon.
No way to tell based on your description.
50 or so; no published sn data.
Chances are that the letters TA represent the words take apart.Which infers take down.The only production model 39 rifles with this feature were the original models made from 1922-1938.The label of 22SLLR indicates that your rifle can fire all 3 cartridges,the 22S(short),22L(long)or the 22LR(long rifle).It should be noted that you may have a promotional model that was made sometime later in the production span of the model 39.I would advise contacting Marlin directly for more specific info on your rifle.
I can't find a cross reference to the Western Field mod 804. If you can identify the manufacturer of that rifle (because Western Auto did not manufacture any guns - they bought existing models from a variety of manufacturers and had the Western Field name placed on them instead of the actual manufacturer) then parts can be procured from several sources. I suggest that you consult a gun values book to determine who made the rifle. Mossberg, Savage, Marlin, Noble, Stevens, and Colt all sold different guns to Western Auto. Possible sources of replacement parts are: Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com Order the parts by the actual manufacturer and correct part number. Some of these sites have exploded diagrams to assist identifying the parts.
The Actual is LONG RANGE NO.428 MG 22 S.L.LR It is an older bolt action rifle...PLEASE HELP..I am looking for the clip and it is of odd shape. Thanks Richard DOES ANYONE KNOW WHO MADE IT OR SOLD IT?