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  1. Team Bolt Action Rimfire
    I have recently inherited an old model 80 and after a good cleaning I noticed the firing pin was broken into three pieces. Long story short I ordered a replacement from Numrich and no go. The pin protrusion seemed off when I put it back together, but gave it a go anyway. No rounds would fire...
  2. 1894
    I just disassembled my 1894SS for a thorough cleaning. After reassembly, I noticed the rear of the firing pin (or the part struck by the hammer) can be pushed forward by hand to be flush with the carrier making a hammer strike questionable. Is this normal? Function checks, cocking, trigger...
  3. Rimfires
    I'll try to make this as brief as possible. Basically a few months ago my dad bought a Marlin 795 .22 to plink with and such. It was the first rifle we ever purchased. Few hundred rounds in, I decide to do the initial cleaning. Re assembling it, I was having trouble getting the recoil spring in...
  4. 336
    I have a 1948 336A, one of those guns that has a 36-A-DL barrel. I discovered my firing pin was broken when my Marlin did not fire at a deer I had pulled up on (bummer). I removed the bolt and confirmed the firing pin tip is broken. I have found it impossible to get the small pin (the one that...
  5. Marlin Collectors
    Hi folks! The back story: I am working on acquiring a 1952 Marlin 336sc in 30-30 to refurbish and in the process of doing some research stumbled in to this site and thought joining up and asking some advice might be helpful. Pros: Low price ($75.00-$100.00 CDN range) negotiations not...
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