Marlin Firearms Forum banner

model 80

  1. Marlin Model 80 Age and Troubleshooting

    Marlin Collectors
    Hello everyone, I am new to this forum but have found it to be a tremendous resource. I recently was given a Marlin Model 80 by my Grandfather, and he said his Father got it second hand in the 50's. It is .22 S/LR/L and has neither serial numbers or micro-grooving. I have been told microgrooving...
  2. Marlin model 80 circa 1936

    Team Bolt Action Rimfire
    Hi all, I'm the new owner of an old model 80. As the story goes, this rifle was a gift to my father in law on his 12th birthday back in 1936. I recently received it via their estate. It had been misplaced, believed to have been stolen over 15 years ago. While helping my wife with her parents...
  3. Marlin Model 80 HELP!!!

    Team Bolt Action Rimfire
    Hey guys I've been searching the interwebs for information about my Marlin Model 80 with not much luck. It seems everyone has questions and knowledge about model 80e or 80dl or what have you, but none about just a plain model 80. What I want to know is which bolt goes on a model 80? I'm missing...
  4. Marlin 80/Ranger Model 36?

    I've been told this gun is everything from a Steven's to a Winchester,Remington. I have researched to no end and I've finally decided it is a Marlin/Ranger. I am pretty sure I can see GER on the barrel after taking the rust off but no other markings, leading me to believe its a ranger, model 36...
  5. Marlin Model 80 Restoration

    I picked up a Marlin Model 80 and took it to the range. It wasn't pretty, but it shot well. I took her home and stripped off the silver paint and re-blued every single piece and sanded and re-oiled the wood. It is old, but I think that I can get another 70+ years out of it. Here's a few...
  6. Model 80 needs a little work

    Marlin Collectors
    I have a Model 80 that was given to me by my father many years ago. The rifle has been parked in my safe waiting for a little restoration work. The rifle is missing the trigger guard, front site and it has no magazines. I'm more interested in getting rifle back to shooting shape than doing a...
  7. Please help- Questions on Model 80

    So I ventured away from my Model 60 collecting (another thread for another day) and picked up an old Model 80 Bolt Action .22 Of course Mags, when found, are EXPENSIVE! Dang! First question is how to date this thing? I dont find any SN# (pre?) Has cheaper looking light colored wood (possibly...