Oddly, the next 3 numbers are my company number from basic. So actual numbers are not exact. Model 1894: 1894 to 1905. On Marlin-branded Model 60 rifles, the first two digits of the serial number indicate the year of manufacture. Worse than that, that old-style tube mag had a tendancy to fail at the button-locking mechanism. В When pulled out about 1.
This is how you determine the actual year of manufacture if unsure. Their serial 's are unreliable and not always following the rule of thumb. I have a Marlin model 94 in 32-20. I know it was made in 1970 and I have read that the Glenfield name indicates it was made for a chain or mass-merchandise store. G Wi; You apparently have a new Marlin Model 1895 that was manufactured in 1973. This date code is different than the one already listed, as Marlin rimfire rifles other than the model 39 series did not have a serial numbers until required to by Law after 1968.
The 18 is significant, for subtracting it from 2000 gives the date of manufacture for the rifle, 1982. That second link is exactly what I've been looking for Big Shrek. Perhaps there is some obscure marking that is near impossible to find — like markings on Waterford crystal, but I see nothing else. Serials start in 107,000 range Model 94: 1905 to 1933. I recently aquired a 1958 model, It is my first gun and I don't know what kind of ammunition I should buy for it. Please enter the markings you want to research and click the submit button. Stock: Monte Carlo walnut- finished laminated hardwood; full pistol.
These sites will help you. Then I found all of these production dates in Brophy's book. I have a model 1894 Marlin 32-20 sn 149833. В Its parent design was born during the unexceptional presidency of Benjamin Harrison, whose bust never even made it onto the Mount Rushmore Commemorative Paperweight. The old Marlin Records only reflect what was written down in the ledgers. I'm only 3 weeks from my move date at this point so the Marlin has been packed up for now.
Toward the later part of the Model 3. Can one determined by the serial number what proof mark will be on the rifle? This is something handy, that I made up for reference for when I am looking for my next Marlin. В Unlike that former Commander- In- Chief, this 1. I have a friend that has a golden 39 A in the box never fired. The Marlin Model 39 claims to be the oldest continually-produced cartridge rifle in history. Marlin : Covering numbers: 1 - 355300. I have a 3 digit 1948 model 336, that the only part that is a 48.
The first two digits of your serial number are the date code. Only those manufactured from 1941 through 2011 which have serial numbers on them and with the caveat mentioned elsewhere in this blog. Ralph I believe you have a Model 94 rifle, made during the 1916-1920 era - but could have been made in the 20's. The workings are exactly the same as any other Marlin. L prefix Model 93 serial numbers were 1935 production Model 410: 1929 to 1932 410 Gauge Originally offered as a stock purchase incentive only.
Marlin rifle with serial number on bottom stock tang,. Not a good thing to post on line. Look for one that holds 18 rds from a 39A or Marlin 60. Shortly after getting home the project will hopefully get rolling at full steam. If you want to know when your Marlin was manufactured and it's original configuration,this site has your immediate answer. В Why do so many modern tube- fed rifles get it so wrong? It stands for John Marlin, the founder of the company.
Model 1936: 1936 to 1941. From 1932 - 1934 the front sight had an ivory bead. As for the value, it is worth as much as someone will give you for it. From Marlin rifle with serial number on top stock tang, behind hammer. Tells me it was made in 1883.
Note that records are chaotic as all models were numbered in a single serial number range, and numbers are often duplicated, and the dates recorded are apparently shipping dates, not dates of manufacture. This date code was usually stamped on the left side of the barrel just in front of the receiver. The '94 reworked musket receivers fall into this range of early 1920's, and also have this lower serial number, and light stamping. You may have to get a bit inventive, but getting it shooting again is possible. The first letter of the date code. If you have done so and entered your login information, change your password immediately, and ensure the email address on your account is correct.
The star originally meant that a particular rifle was spot-on to the standard specs -- not that it was better assembled or hand-fitted in any special way, just that the parts that came out of the bins for that rifle happened to mate up perfectly to the standard. The serial is on the bottom of the reciever just behind the forend. All Marlins manufactured from 1969 to 1990: The first two digits of the serial number designate the year of manufacture, either as the last two digits of the year in 1969-71 or as a number code 1971 and later. I'm gonna be in the Tampa area. This is only partially true. The Winchester model 1894 was introduced in October of 1894 apparently starting at serial number 1.