50's or so.
the ranger Mod 34 was made by Marlin mod 65 e-GunParts.com
If your Ranger is a bolt action .22, it is likely a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
the ranger Mod 35 was made by savage mod 52B 1933-1937
Ranger Shotguns were sold by Sears Roebuck and Company. Several companies made the Ranger including J. Stevens Arms, Merlin, and Hunter Arms.
Browning didnt make a 22 bolt action single shot. They made the T-Bolt and A-Bolt models in .22LR, but both had magazines. None were single shots.
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.
I don't know the value of your .22 Ranger bolt action,but it was made by Marlin for and sold by Ranger.It is the same as the Marlin model 80.All parts will fit
No published sn data.
Blue Book of Gun Values
Marlin Mdl 81
Could be any of a half dozen makers.
Sears Roebuck co.
Made for small shooters.
Mauser for one.
The ranger 101.8 is a sears rebrand of a Stevens Model 83 made form 1978 to 1980.
Bolt Action .22 single shot rifle made from 1948-1970.
Probably Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield
A bolt action WHAT? Not enough information to answer.
I'm looking for a clip and a bolt for a 3622 ranger rifle. Can you please tell me where to go to locate these parts?
Can't be answered without knowing who made it.
If your rifle is a single shot bolt action, I believe that was made by Noble as their Model 10.
No sn data available; 10-120
AFAIK they never made a bolt action shotgun