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I came across this saddle ring in a box of parts that I bought. Have no idea which gun it would fit , but was told by a parts dealer at the Tulsa gun show that it was a Marlin. Might it be a Marlin and if so, any idea of the model? Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Here is a picture of my 1893...hope it helps. And Welcome to MO! 1893.jpg
 

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Not a Marlin part. Old guns used a staple and ring and the new 336's and 94's use a post with a much shorter shank.
Furthermore the ring is split. Marlin sling rings are solid all the way around.
 

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Thanks for all your help. The person that said it was a Marlin saddle ring took a quick glance, handed it back to the salesperson and said Marlin while walking away. Didn't know if it was that easy to determine or if he was trying to blow me off. Should have just said "go away kid, ya bug me"
Regards lman
 

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I'd go back and challenge them on that, make them feel stupid
 

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Did some more looking and found an answer to my question. This saddle ring and stud are for a Winchester 9422. You remove the take down stud and replace with this piece. Winchester part number is 9991H0050. Thought I'd pass this info along to pay you back for your knowledge about Marlin rifles that you shared. Thanks lman
 
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