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I picked up a Marlin scope at an auction on Jul. 28. It was in a box with four others, nothing great.
I put it on a 336 30-30. It looks good on that 49 year old gun.
What I would like to know is, who made them, and what years were they made?
 

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This one is a 2 1/2 power.
 

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Looks strangely like an old USA Weaver...that's just a guess though. Does it show El Paso, TX or anything besides USA?
 

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Someone told me once that Bushnell made the scopes for Marlin, but I can't confirm that. They are decent scopes for the era but Bushnell also had a better reputation then.
 

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ericb911 said:
Looks strangely like an old USA Weaver...that's just a guess though. Does it show El Paso, TX or anything besides USA?
Doesn't have any other printing anywere.
 

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I am not sure who made Marlin Scopes? I have an old 4x Marlin scope if anyone wants to buy it. Pretty good condish.
 

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GarMan said:
I am not sure who made Marlin Scopes? I have an old 4x Marlin scope if anyone wants to buy it. Pretty good condish.
That's a mighty poor photo of the scope you hope to sell. ;D
 
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