the model 80 was made between 35-59
THE MARLIN MODEL 80 WAS INTRODUCED IN 1934 AND DROPPED IN 1939
Yes.The marlin model 80 was chambered in .22LR,which is a rimfire cartridge.They were made from 1934-1939 as a promotional model.The model 80E was made from 1934-1940,the model 80C was made from 1940-1970,the model 80DL was made from 1940-1965,and the model 80G was made from 1960-1965.
Model 80 1934 to 1939 Model 80-E 1934 to 1939 peep sight with hooded front sight Model 80-C 1940 to 1970 semi-beavertail forearm Model 80-DL 1940 to 1965 semi-beavertail forearm with peep sight
Marlin model 80
Same as a Marlin model 80
If your Ranger is a bolt action .22, it is likely a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
Made by Marlin....same as the Marlin Model 80
The Marlin model 80 was made from 1934 to 1939. Later improvements of the original model 80 such as the 80E, 80C, 80DL & 80G were made all the way up to 1965. There were many sight & stock configurations giving the rifle a different model number suffix.
The problem is- there was no Model 80 pump rifle. However, there IS a Model 90- with a 9 that is often misread as an 8. That serial number was made in 1922.
Mossberg and sons made your Western field model 15K.The Mossberg model 80,or the model 83 both apply to your model 15K shotgun.
A model 80 WHAT? Mossberg made rifles, shotguns, and pistols. If a local gun shop does not have the part you need, you may find it at gunpartscorp.com.
Most of thses were made by Marlin under there Model 80 series
@1932 to at least the late 80's
I believe your rifle is a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
from what i've read, the target model 8" 38 special was made for 2 years '80 and '81
The model 36 is a Marlin Model 80.
B-80 made in 1985
The model 80 was made between 1977 -1983. Apx 48,000 were made. See the link Below for their home page. You may want to ask them for more information
Its probably a marlin model 80,some were also made by winchester.
The daisy model 80 was made between 1954-57. It came with a scope and canteen. Please state the condition of the rifle to get an estimate of value.