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  1. 336
    So a friend is trying to find out about this serial number OT00XXXX
  2. 336
    Hey guys! I'm sure this question has been asked a couple thousand times and I'm sorry but I gotta do it. I just got handed down a Marlin. I found on the barrel that it has a 336RC but I'm trying to find a year that it was made. (I'm sorry I dont know the parts of the gun) behind where the...
  3. Shotguns
    Good Evening! I have a M90 O/U that I have some questions on In reference to its origins, Serial Number 148**. It also has some Numbering in the stock as well that seem pretty cool. This is a family gun, where it was originally obtained you would have to ask my Grandfather. Thanks Everyone...
  4. Welcome New Members
    Hello! I recently became a Marlin 39A owner. I figured now would be the time to join this forum. I've been reading a few of the posts in the past couple of weeks as I did research for Marlin 39A. The community here is great and friendly from what I read. You guys are well informed on your...
  5. Marlin Collectors
    I have a Model 93 thats been in the family a long time, in great shape, and I am hoping someone here knows how to navigate my confusion around serial numbers and dates of manufacture. The serial number on mine is "A8". To me, that seems like a low number and I am wondering if there is a way to...
  6. Marlin Collectors
    I'm hoping that someone will be able to help with some questions I have. I was given a model 1893 in 38-55 and am trying to determine its age. The serial number starts with an A followed by four digits and i can't seem to find any records of serial #s starting with an A. The barrel is marked...
  7. Welcome New Members
    Hello all my name is Roxanne I live in North Florida in the pines. I like to shoot and do wood working. I have a Marlin model 1893 30 30 that was my great grandfathers. It has a 26" barrel and full length magazine tube. I am trying to find out what date it was made. The only number that looks...
  8. Welcome New Members
    Just discovered this forum while trying to research the history of a rifle that belonged to my grandad. I have an old Marlin Model 39A with what I'm assuming to be the serial number (located under the lever) of B6880. Can't seem to find this letter designation anywhere. I was told, as a kid...
  9. Marlin Collectors
    I found used Model 1894 in a gun shop and took down the SN to check the man. date but it turns out to be an 8 digit SN that starts with a 0 and from what I've seen that is not a valid Marlin SN. Can anyone verify this for me?
  10. Rimfires
    My local gun shop just got a Marlin marked as 39A but with the following characteristics: Short (20 inch) barrel. Straight stock. Marked Microgroove on barrel. Serial # 13010. No (inspection) hole on the left side of receiver to view the if there is a cartridge in the magazine. The firing pin...
  11. Marlin Collectors
    I recently acquired my fathers old Marlin. He said it was his old ranch rifle when he was spending summers in Montana back in high school in the early 60's. A friend who talked to someone affiliated with Marlin said that it was manufactured sometime between 1920 to 1935. The grey is due to to...
  12. 336
    I hqve a Marrlin 336rc and cant for the life of me find the serial number. can anyone help me out? thanks! :questionmark:
  13. The .35 Remington
    Hi I just wanted to get more information on a 336 35 Remington I picked up last Saturday..Can someone tell me how to use the serial number to find out the year and other information on my 336 35 Remington? Thanks Cynergyzed......
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