Marlin never made a 39 in .22 magnum. The closest thing to it is a model 1894M. These can occasionally be found on different gun sale sites such as www.auctionarms.com and www.gunbroker.com and www.gunsamerica.com . Good luck I could be misunderstanding your question, but I own a .22 Marlin model 39 octagon barrel, magazine feed, in good condition. It was made in the early 1900's. I am currently selling this item, so if you're interested, you can email me at ImTheGirlNextDoor@gmail.com. Thanks
You would be better served to have a rifle of this age and vintage caliber visually examined by a gun collector that specializes in Marlin rifles.There are too many variables that could effect the value of such a nice old Marlin lever action rifle.
Mossberg, Savage, Remington, Winchester, Marlin, .22 caliber rifles. They could be lever action, bolt action, pump, or semi auto.
If you state the caliber we could then determine the size of the action.
it might also be a marlin, but try any local gun show
The first letter in your serial number is the key to finding it's age. You can google marlin dates and find a chart with the years.
Marlin, currently owned by Remington, produces lever action and bolt action rifles. They probably could make you a pump action .30-30 but it would be unlikely that you could convince them to do this as a custom job unless you offered tens of thousands of dollars to possibly re-chamber a Remington 7600, modify its magazine to hold and feed the rimmed cartridge and stamp it with Marlin markings. You would do better to go with lever action...that is the action the .30-30 was designed for.
Your rifle is a Marlin Model 81. Value could range from $50-$145, depending on condition. Most are around $100 or so. Accurate reliable hunting grade rifle.
According to the cross-reference list, a Ranger M34 could be a Marlin 50 or 50E autoloader mfg 1931-1934, or a Marlin 80 bolt action repeater, 1935-59, or a Marlin 780 bolt action repeater, 1971-1988.
The guide I use states it came in .22 or .32. If it had a 16" barrel, it was a .22, but longer barrels could have been either.
Yes, someone could make an Action Replay code like that. Why don't you go and try?
Depedns on what the barrel is marked as to caliber. Could be rim or centerfire.
Condition is the main factor in the value of your rifle, the value could be as low as 75.00 and as high as 450.00 in 90% condition. If the rifle has not been fired the value is up to the person bidding on it. Emmett Answer The Marlin 29 Slide-action repeater was made from 1913-1916. The above numbers should be the patent years so others could be sued if they copied it.
Impossible to answer without a DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ALL MARKINGS, condition, maker, finish, caliber, barrel length, caliber, type of action, sights, box, papers, accessories, etc.. Could range from 10-10000 or more
Short Action only from mainline makers. I suppose someone could have made one on a long action just to see if it could be done.
Provide the individual is properly trained and the weapon fits, you could do worse.
Winchester has never made a model 39.Could be reffering to a Marlin model 39 lever action rifle in .22LR?
There is no legal action that could be taken if someone were to accidentally injure another person in the work place.
You can trade from the GTS or from someone else.
You need a gameshark or an action replay
The .32-special caliber was discontinued decades ago...it would be hard to find ammo, much less be certain if the Antique Marlin would be able to operate properly. Metal fatigue could get you killed. Clean it up real nice & put it in a case. Or sell it. Or use it for a trade-in for something useful at a Gun Shoppe.
You could be looking in the wrong spot.My latest edition of the blur book of gun values shows it as the Marlin model 336SS(336M).this model was introduced in the year 2000,and is made in stainless steel.30-30 caliber only,6 shot magazine,and the rifle ways 7lbs.
you could go to www.codejunkies.com and request a code for action replay
actually raichu doesnt evolve but he could if someone used action replay or hacked
More than 14000 Model 37's were manufactured from 1923 through 1931. Given your serial number you could surmise that your rifle was manufactured in 1923 or 1924. As always, value is quality contingent. I'd say that the range would be from $100 to $400.
You have to provide the name of the maker, the caliber or gauge and the type of action, plus, the overall condition.