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Answered 2008-12-07 01:19:32

Look on the barrel and receiver.

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You will have to contact Marlin to find out.


You will have to contact Marlin to find out.


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No way of knowing without you providing a serial number to find the year of production of your Marlin model 39A.


The serial number should be on the lower tang, under the lever. Open the lever and look where it meets the tang.


Serial numbers were not required before 1968. Try looking on the receiver.


The Wikipedia site for marlin 336 rifles includes a table showing how to use the serial number to find date of manufacture.


Left side under the rear site. That's where it is on my 99M1.


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By also providing the serial number in your question.


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Almost, the stock has to be removed to locate the serial number. With the stock removed, hold the rifle so that you can read "+ Marlin No. 18 +" behind the hammer, then tilt the rifle 90 degrees and the serial number should be on the upper tang.


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Most serial numbers on lever action guns are founr under the lever. I would check there. On all firearms manufactured in the US after 1968, a unique (for the model) identifying serial number must be on the receiver. You will not find a serial number on the barrel. Marlin serializes Model 336 rifles on the upper tang behind the hammer. Early Marlin rifles were serialized on the lower tang behind the trigger before 1968, but since that is a removable part it would not satisfy federal requirements under the Gun Control Act of 1968.



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