Right here of course! Just post the serial number, description, etc. leaving the last couple digits of the serial number as x's, and we'll try to answer your question. Or email me. email@example.com
There is so much info on the Marlin model 336TS. This is a lever-action sporting rifle which was made by Marlin Firearms from 1948 and has been availed in various models.?æ
Is this gun marked Marlin MR-7? If so, Marlin Firearms Co. can give you info on these newer guns.
I can say that your Marlin model 336CS was made in the year 1984.I would look to Marlin,s own website to get any more info on your model of Marlin lever action rifle.
write to marlin with any and all markins on the barrel and receiver they will be able to give you a lot of info
Your rifle was made for Sears by Marlin, and is a model 336C.
In order to determine what ammo is appropriate for your Marlin rifle,i Would need to know what model of marlin you have?Is it a model 1889,1893 etc.I would also need to know what markings are found on the barrel(40-60,38-40,40-65 etc.)this will all assist in the correct ammo for the rifle in question.Please repost your question with the info required to help you determine the correct ammo for your rifle.
Tough question, with no description of condition, caliber, model, etc. Carbine or rifle? Need more info!
It was made by Marlin and is a pre-war version of the Model 80.
1980.The letter N prefix to your serial number indicates that your Marlin rifle was made in the year 1956.In order to be made in the year 1980,there will be no prefix letter attached ahead of the serial number.Also there would be a longer serial number than 5 digits.I hope that you find this info of interest.
look on the net for a marlin gun collectors site, they have that info.
I happen to have the same rifle. I have been looking for worth and owners manuals for the gun and the only info i can find on the gun is it was made in 1983.
you can tell how old a rifle is buy finding who made the rifle,the model number and then the serial number.with that info then you could ask that question just like you asked this one.
http://7.62x54r.net/ has a huge amount of information on any Mosin Nagant rifle you could ever want.
Depends on what you want. Disassembly instructions, company history, production date, original purchaser? You have to be a bit more specific. If you are looking for general information then books at the library, Amazon.com or eBay are available. If you want to know about that particular gun then writing or calling Marlin might be the best way.
i need some info the on marlin 512 cockmaster
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There was no Model 1896. The Model 1895 was chambered in .45/90, though. If that is what you have, it could be worth a couple of thousand dollars. There was a model 1896 made it is not in regular books you have to call Marlin to find out the information. (800)544-8892. I have a Marlin model 1896 govt. issue 45-70. It was made in 1941 but I am waiting for info from the Marlin companies antiques and historian dept. to get back with me on my information.. Please contact Marlin and let them help you they are very happy to do so. And you may have something that is really special . Be careful there are people that would tell you different just to get their hands on your rifle.
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Depends on model and condition. Could be $10, could be $300. We need more info to answer. Sorry
Made in 1969. No other description means I can't help you with other info.
Brophy's book on Marlin Firearms history would be the place to start. I own a model 995, have a copy of the manual.
Is it a shotgun or rifle? Caliber/gauge? Not a model number I have seen. They are usaully marked something like J.C. Higgins Model 20, 101.1, 583.13, 583.2078 etc.. Without more info, no way to know who made it. Could be be Sako, Savage, Marlin, High Standard, Stevens
Marlin Glenfield. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx Marlin Glenfield http://www.marlinfirearms.com/About/History.aspx
Could be several, need more information, patent dates or any other info?
Depending on the model from 1890-2009, need more info.