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    Model 80-DL Question

    Does anyone have any info on the model 80-DL in .22?

    When were these made? Do they have any collectors value? What would be a reasonable price for on in good condition?
    Thanks..

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    Re: Model 80-DL Question

    They were made from 1941-1964. The Blue book just gives a general price of $70-$105.

    They don't have ser# so it will be hard to date. If you can get some picture I can try to match it to may catalogs. I am missing some of the late 50's ,but hopefully will be able to get close.

    Edited--- Info came from Brophy"s book.
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    Re: Model 80-DL Question

    Here's some info and pixs: http://www.marlin-collectors.com/for...php?f=4&t=5030
    you might want to browse there as there may be more info. Mr fixit
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    Re: Model 80-DL Question

    Hello fixit, Thanks for the link, you said in it that these were pre serial# guns being 1941+ , Can you add anything to it about when Marlin started using serial#'s . Was it only on rimfires or was some of the centerfires and shotguns also not numbered. Thanks .Dirty-.30

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    Re: Model 80-DL Question

    D-30, a guru I'm not, so I think I've read that all firearms had to have a serial number on them around 1968. As to your questions about Marlins, beats me, I'm the new kid when it comes to... actually any firearm. I'm sure that someone more knowledgeable than I will be along and put up the info you're after. I don't post a lot, but sometimes I post something good. Mr fixit
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