I received a Marlin Glenfield Model 60 with serial 70178817. The Mountie model is more desirable to the Marlin collectors because of the sleek style and smaller numbers made. Perhaps there is some obscure marking that is near impossible to find — like markings on Waterford crystal, but I see nothing else. Good afternoon: Sorry if this isn't the right forum to post this, as most questions seem to be on the older full bore levers. The workings are exactly the same as any other Marlin. Thing is, the serial number on my rifle is R84xx, which I thought would be 1957-58, but I didn't think the crossbolt safety was introduced that far back? They were an easy firearm to work on and I always enjoyed working on them. Would be interesting to know how many young hunters got their first rabbit with a Marlin 39A.
This rifle would be great for teaching a new shooter the basics of safety and marksmanship, and is light enough that you could carry it while hunting rabbits in the field all day without it wearing you out. Keeping it clean would then be much easier to do and you would have a better shooting firearm. These can also be faxed or emailed. He passed away in 1995 and now I have it back along with the Savage single shot bolt actin he bought me for my birthday in 1960 when I was 11 years old. Was easier to cut and paste this list from my own file and as far as I know it should be correct. There has never been a rifle with a more appropriate name.
But only snag is marlin owners manual has parts but looks like a newer model,also they indicate that the parts i need will have to be shipped to gunsmith. This folks answers the question of why they made this rifle with the large takedown screw on the side. There was once a Marlin Bullseye in the belly, but it has been removed and its hole plugged with wood that matches the rest of the stock in color. It was my uncles gun he bought it at a Movie company auction years ago down in the states somewhere and was susposenly in a coupel of John Wayne movies. You will receive an automatic notification with a tracking number upon shipment, to let you know that we have received funds. If I made a mistake I'm sure that someone more knowledgeable will let you know of any corrections that need to be made.
I think his brother used to own a gun store many years ago and recently died leaving him these guns. Returns are very costly for both the buyer and for us, so please ask all of your questions before bidding and please be sure you can legally purchase this item. Descended from our original Model 1891, the Model 39 rimfire lever-action remains the oldest continuously produced cartridge rifle in the world. As a 12 year old this was very cool! No returns are accepted on layaway items and the item will be considered abandoned after 60 days. We always combine on shipping to save you as much as we can.
I'm sorry to be blunt but there it is. Does it shoot as good as it looks, you ask? This is one firearm that still has a significant amount of parts available, along with its great design and ease of repairs. The buttplate shows extremely light wear t the heel and toe, with sharp checkering in the remainder. Here is a pic of the gun and case. This just appeals to me a great deal and always will.
I'm a lefty and love levers and pumps over bolts. When I posted this find on one of the Marlin forums, I instantly got offers to buy it from Marlin collectors. It has been re-blued and looks very good. It is one of the very few remaining. Okay, that's not quite as good as some of my 22 bot guns, but it is darn good for a lever gun in my book and a lot more fun to shoot than a bolt gun, too. We cannot find a letter anywhere.
When I went through my lever-action phase decades ago, I picked up a Marlin Golden 39A Mountie so I could shoot a lot with. Please enter a serial number and click the submit button. We accept Cashier's Checks, Money Orders, Cash, Personal Checks and Cards. Join us to discuss firearms of all kinds, gun accessories, legal issues and more. The Seller is required to give the Buyer a minimum of three days to inspect any firearm sold through GunAuction. The Model 39A functions equally well with Short, Long or Long Rifle ammunition. Successful Bidder Instructions: You will be invoiced by the morning following the sale.
My brother passed in 1971 16. These rifles have been alternately called Model 39M or 1897 Mountie. Many would also hand the rifle down to their own children. Our return policy is not designed for folks who have just changed their mind or who did not fully read the description. He is also ill and is wanting to sell some of them. We did just that because there was a very scarce 39 made for only four years in the mid 60s called the 39 Carbine. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! The Golden Mountie Model 39A was introduced in 1954.
That's less than a box of handgun ammo! This model would have a straight pistol grip stock. There is dark spot of oil staining at the front of the comb. Took it back apart and sanded the edges of the new carrier rocker some to smooth them out. I rescued it and still have it. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. I'm sorry I do not understand the answer given.
If it was me, I'd cut bait and run. Speaking of ammunition the 39A holds 19 rounds of. Manufactured in 1964, seems to be a fairly standard Model 39, the gun case is also standard off the shelf. There is no erosion in the bore. Brophy studied the records and came up with the following as dates of manufacture.