I love it it's a awesome rifle twisterchaser.
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MY only "Glenny" a Model 65 "Golden 50" from 1971, not a bad shooter today as I bought it for $50.00 and put on a new scope, plus about $65.00 in parts in it. It needed help as it did this to the rounds being chambered. By the way I thinks it's still true today, the Model 65 is the only firearm Marlin made with both an inner and outer brass tube. Going to leave it alone, complete with failing finish and all....won't have to concern myself with scratches or dents that way.
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Nothing really special, Glenfield 30A in pretty good shape, here are some pics. Any idea of the date of manufacture, serial number 22148XXX?
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Dang Buster95, that Glenfield looks brand new! Such a nice rifle. Wow!
Mine is pretty beat up from accompanying me on a lot of hikes, year-round. Still looks okay and shoots great, but it's not a pristine beauty of a rifle like your Glenny.