In order to determine the exact value of a Marlin model 1892 22 caliber octagon barrel lever action firearm, a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Most importantly, the condition of the firearm.
I have one and it's a 22 caliber.
Depending on condition, a Marlin 1895 lever action in 45-70 sells for $400-$500.
Marlin makes a .308
There has been a revolver made in caliber .600 Nitro Express. This was an elephant rifle cartridge. As a firearm, it is a curiosity, and not a practical shooting firearm. There are also unconfirmed reports of a Maadi bolt action pistol in caliber .50 BMG.
I had luck with a Marlin bolt action. Unsure of model though.
100 dollars. also known as marlin mod. 81. made by marlin
It is a Model 56 Marlin It is a Model 56 Marlin
The first '30' is the caliber of the buller, the second '30' is simply a number the firearm manufacturer Marlin Firearms put there so that their competition Whinchester didn't put the same name on their 30 caliber rifle that was soon to come.
Roughly 1900. Since Marlin mixed serial numbers between models on the early levers it can be hard to pin down exactly. As to caliber, look on the top flat of the barrel. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, there is a kit available which fits Marlin Lever action rimfires from 1891 thru 1939.
The Sears Model 42DL .22 caliber rifle was manufactured by Marlin Firearms, their Model 80. Check with Marlin for parts availability.
about $200 max if very clean
The value of a .22 caliber bolt action Marlin Model 20 rifle with a serial number 71377074 is between $100 and $400. The actual value varies greatly based on its overall condition and the potential buyer.
I can say that your Marlin model 336CS was made in the year 1984.I would look to Marlin,s own website to get any more info on your model of Marlin lever action rifle.
Impossible to answer without knowing type of firearm, caliber, action, markings.
You are probably refering to a CALIBER .38/40 Marlin lever action. This is just one of many calibers offered in many different models of Marlin lever action rifles. It was originally a black powder cartridge that designated a .38 caliber (usually 0.357 inch diameter) bullet loaded in a case with 40 grains (7000 grains = 1 pound) of black powder. Marlin is still in business today and with the interest in Cowboy Action Shooting Marlin and other firms are manufacturing rifles that are nearly identical in appearance to their original models. Just do a search for "Marlin Firearms Company" and go to their website.
Without a detailed description 1-400 USD
I believe I have a Marlin No.18 pump action octagon barrel single shot rifle. Would upload photo but cannot locate this option.
The L579 was a model number that was used by Sako.it describes the action type.The info that you provided will not indicate what caliber that you have.Your Sako rifle should be marked as to what caliber your rifle is chambered for,somewhere on the firearm itself.
IF a rifle is chambered in caliber .35y magnum, yes. Among others, Marlin made a lever action .357 magnum rifle.
You would be better served to have a rifle of this age and vintage caliber visually examined by a gun collector that specializes in Marlin rifles.There are too many variables that could effect the value of such a nice old Marlin lever action rifle.
This Marlin 39A Mountie .22 Caliber Lever-action rifle with serial number R5077 was manufactured between 1957-1958.
Exactly how is that barrel marked? email@example.com