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There were some changes in the barrel markings over the years (not much, but some). Marlin has been known to use left over parts from one year to the next so stamping on the barrel is not the best way to figure the age of your rifle. If you are somewhere in the 1983 range take the first two digits of your serial number and subtract them from 2000, that will give you the year of manufacture. Also visit the Marlin Years of Manufacture site on the forum: Marlin Years of Manufacture.

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