Marlin Model 80A w/adj trigger.
25-100 or so
Search the internet and see if there are any collector sites for Ranger
Blue Book of Gun Values
the ranger Mod 35 was made by savage mod 52B 1933-1937
10-100 USD or so
Egunparts has a store brand table that might help
It is a 22 single shot rifle. It is also called a sovereign rifle. Made by F.LLipiatta Cat.#3395
Impossible to answer.
It all depends on the condition and model of the rifle. Daisy has made several versions of the Single Shot. The model "A" Single Shot, model "C No1", model "C No2" and the "Sentinel Single Shot". Most were made in the early 1900's. Can you Identify your model?
A single shot rifle @ 1824.
Browning has made one in the past
The Stevens model 44 ideal single shot rifle was made from 1894-1932.The model 44 1/2 Stevens single shot was made from 1903-1916.
No more than 100 USD
We have a Ranger bolt action rifle with a model # 103-8. We do not know the age of our gun however.
Well, My cross reference says the model 34 was really a Marlin 80 which was made from 1935 to 1939. But both the Blue Book and Standard Catalog say the model 80 was a bolt action repeater, not a single shot.
Proofhouse.com has a store brand name chart that will assist you.
Bolt Action .22 single shot rifle made from 1948-1970.
To find out when your Remington 514 single shot 22 rifle was made look on the left side of the barrel near the receiver. There will be a manufacturerÕs code in that area which will indicate the month and year of production.
I have a RANGER 22S-L-LR-M36, but I am missing the bolt. This rifle was made by Marlin. I have a single shot Ranger, with no magazine. This would be cross referenced as the Marlin 100,. Jeff I have a single shot .22 long rifle (bolt action) with the exact same markings as the ones you posted. I am not 100% on who or what company manufactured this rifle but I can tell you the following: - I have a .410 single shot bolt action shotgun made before 1938 by J. Stevens and Company out of Mass. This company was later bought by Savage Arms in or around 1920, I believe. - This .410 has the word 'Ranger' stamped on the left side of the gun just below the cocking slot and above the trigger grouping. 'Ranger' is stamped in this receiver, of the .410, with the exact same font as used to stamp it on the barrel of my .22 Lr. - Furthermore, the triggers and trigger guards on both the rifle and the shotgun are identical in shape and metal composite. The wood stocks appear to be of the same wood. The measurements of both stocks are the same. - Overall length of both firearms are identical as well. In short, I believe your rifle, and mine as well, to have been made by J. Stevens and Company. It seems as though this company did not serialize many of their guns until later down the road, so expect your rifle to be made before 1938.
The ranger 101.8 is a sears rebrand of a Stevens Model 83 made form 1978 to 1980.
--------SAVAGE 3 SERIES Rifle Information-------- There were several variations of the Savage model 3 rifle made. The basic version is a single shot bolt action, .22RF chambered rifle. It appears that all variations of the M3 were single shot and that the added model variation such as
it was made approx. 1896-1916