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    Thanks for all the hard work, mate.
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    Thanks for your time and effort....now if i could remember where I put the copy I printed off....
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    Thanks very much, happy for the info.
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    Thank you. That is a lot of good information and looks like a lot of hard work. Either mine is not listed or I don't know where to look for the A or the S. I have a Marlin slide action 20 gauge. All I've been able to find is Mod. 44. no A or S. The serial number is in the 5000 range. Can you tell me what the A or S stands for or where to look on the gun. I have searched all over the internet and can find just model 44. I would like to know the age. Thank you.

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    Great work, Schtoolee. Thanks a lot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texun View Post
    Thank you. That is a lot of good information and looks like a lot of hard work. Either mine is not listed or I don't know where to look for the A or the S. I have a Marlin slide action 20 gauge. All I've been able to find is Mod. 44. no A or S. The serial number is in the 5000 range. Can you tell me what the A or S stands for or where to look on the gun. I have searched all over the internet and can find just model 44. I would like to know the age. Thank you.
    Hard to say exactly when it was made, other than in the dates I have listed, because Marlin probably used the same set of numbers to ser# other shotguns at the time. But as to the A and S on the model 44.
    You wont find the A or S on the gun, only Model 44.
    The A was for the standard grade gun and the S was for a Special grade gun. Here is a couple pages from the 1923 catalog. Pg 19 gives a description of the S and pg. 20 of the A.
    pg19 1923 cat.jpgpg 20 1923 cat.jpg Click on the picture to enlarge.
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    Thank you so much Schtoolee. That is exactly what I needed. With this I found out I have the A model and a pretty close age within 10 or 11 years. I know the shotgun is not worth a lot but I do like the older guns. I am new to this forum and Thanks to people like you that spend so much time and effort to help us all out. Thank you again.

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    Update to page 1

    10/14/12 Page 1-- Changed Model 93 end date to 1936, Changed Model 455 from 1956-58 to 1955-59. Also highlighted few items in red, were it states, ( Not Prod.)


    Noticed that model 93 was still listed on a Nov. 1936 price sheet. Spotted I was wrong on the Model 455. And figured I should highlight "Not Prod." since I was updating anyway.
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    thanks

    My son just inherited my Grandfather's model 1936 30-30. Your data sheet helped with some of the research. He's going to clean it and continue using it for Whitetail in WI.

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    Excellent work Schtoolee. I scoured where I could, but couldn't find anything on the Davidson's Limited Series. I'm particularly looking for information on the Limited I-V .45-70 and 1894 Cowboy Limited issues. Do you have anything for them or did I overlook them anywhere?

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