Simply because Marlin thought it would look better. These gold trigger Marlins are not different than any other Marlin. They were made for a certain number of years with gold triggers, and all models got them at that time.
I have a marlin model 60 with a gold trigger..the price difference is not by much if any at all..they both cost the same. some gun shops will charge more, but most usually don't and charge the same. A model 60 with etching and wood work can sell for more than one with just a gold trigger.
Marlin Model 336's (except for some rare versions) typically sell for $150-$200 in typical used condition. email@example.com
Variations among models or the maker
Depending on the over all specifications. A of the marking of the forearm, stock .I shall say mid 1920's to 1939. But they are still in production . some may have a gold plated trigger as well
Glenfield Marlin Model 25 rifles were patterned after the Marlin 80C and Marlin 780 rifles. The Glenfield name was added for sales to coast-to-coast chain-stores versus stores that were specific Marlin dealer stores. The Glenfield 25 was manufactured from 1979 through 1982 according to Brophy. Others would suggest the Marlin Glenfield 25 was produced from 1972-1982. Regardless, the Glenfield name was dropped in 1983. The rifle continued as the Marlin Model 25 until 2003, which then became the Marlin 925. Differences between the Marlin and Glenfied were purely cosmestic i.e. birch stocks instead of walnut stock, different trigger guards, and triggers (black instead of gold colored). It is still being produced in .22LR (Marlin 925) and .22 Magnum (Marlin 925M) versions today. Most parts between the Glenfield 25 and Marlin 780 will interchange with no problem. Some of the Glenfield 20 and 25 will interchange as well. However, not all late model parts between the Marlin 780 and Marlin 80 will interchange with those models made in the pre-70s.
Simply that it was a grade II. Grade I guns had a blued trigger
If your Mdl 42 is a bolt action 22 rifle, it is a Marlin Mdl 80. There were 5 different trigger guards used at different times. Go to the wbsite for gunpartscorp, select M, then Marlin-Glenfield. Model 80, scroll down to part 78. Some of them are in stock.
The exact value of a Browning 22 caliber pistol with gold trigger is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the gold content, year and condition of the pistol.
Serial numbers were required per a 1968 firearms act. Marlin .22's produced prior to this were not required to have serial numbers stamped on the weapon and marlin decided it was not productive to do so. Although they did stamp some earlier models they discontinued the practice. My Marlin model 56 made in 1960 also has no serial number.
No, the triggers on 336 and other Marlin lever actions have no adjustments built in. Some gunsmiths and owners have worked over their triggers to make them better, but most just let them wear in. Aftermarket trigger springs, and mainspring kits are available from places like Wild West Guns, or Dave Clay, to make the trigger feel better. Sometimes this leads to lighter strikes, or misfires, so it's trial and error process. Hope this helps.
Per Blue Book of Gun Values: 100% perfect shape $350; 98% 270; 95% 175; 90% 155; 80% 140; 70% (average looking , with some wear) 130; 60% 125. Add 25% to all prices since Obama became President.
Depends on the trigger. Some are, some aren't
Some parts interchange, but most do not.
On some guns you can change out the trigger springs, others you may have to buy a new trigger or trigger assembly.
It is where the trigger needs to be pulled fairly far before it actually fires. Some people prefer this trigger setup, some do not.
On some models, yes.On some models, yes.
Marlin has used both model, and serial numbers since they made their first handguns in 1870. However, this did not always include .22 rifles, as they were not always required to have a serial number, until 1968. Many Marlin .22 rifles from the post WWII to 1968 time were not serial numbered. Model numbers were always used, but some models were not marked with the model number. The model 1881, 1888, and 1889 Marlins were not marked with the model, but they were cataloged as these models.
I've never seen "trigger kits" in a Marlin catalog. If the trigger pull is so bad you need to have it fixed, I suggest sending it back to the factory. Write or call first to find out how to do it legally and safely. All major manufacturers have a repair department, and work at reasonable rates. Many times, they won't charge if it's a problem with the gun and not something you did. Otherwise, you might try finding a good gunsmith locally to take the job for you. But, be careful. Over the years, I've seen half a dozen guns with triggers "souped up" by folks who didn't really know what they were doing. The trigger pulls were so light on them, they weren't really safe to use. I always figure that the people who built it know best how to fix it. Good luck.AnswerIn fact, there's an attached link to info on how to send guns to Marlin for repair. AnswerWild West Guns sells trigger kits for these models, and some others sell spring kits to refit these, so they have a better feel. These parts can be found through Brownells on the web at www.brownells.com
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Some limitations of models are not to change what the model is asking you.
Yes, alcohol can be a potent Migraine trigger for some patient.
you can contact marlin firearms and they should help with a rifle that is some what new like yours.