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What year was my Marlin 39A made?

What year was my Marlin 39A made?

Registered. Starting in 1973, the year of manufacture maybe determined by subtracting the first two digits of the serial number from 100: Example: SN 2512345 would have been made in 1975 [100 – 25 = 75] and SN 94365295 would have been made in 2006 [ 100 – 94 = 06 (2006) ].

Where is the serial number on a Marlin 30 30?

Each Marlin rifle is engraved with a unique serial number that can be used to trace its ownership. The location of the serial number varies with the age of the rifle. Check the bottom part of the tang, or sight, under the level. Look for the serial number on the top tang behind the hammer.

What does JM stand for on a Marlin rifle?

The JM stands for John Marlin. Remington bought Marlin a few years back and many have reported the quality of these guns is not what it was. The JM ones were made before remington took over and are generally considered better made guns.

Does Marlin still make the 39A?

The Marlin Model Golden 39A is still commercially available with a 24″ (61 cm) round barrel, a pistol grip, and a signature golden colored trigger. The Golden 39A has a full length steel tubular magazine under the barrel with a brass inner tube and a hammer block safety.

What is the difference between Marlin 336C and 336W?

336C: The Marlin Model 336C is available in either . 30-30 Winchester or . 35 Remington and has a pistol grip stock and 20-inch blued barrel. 336W: This model is identical to the 336C, except the Model 336W has a walnut-finished stock and a rubber butt plate instead of a recoil pad.

What year did Marlin sell to Remington?

It’s true that, in 2008, Marlin Firearms was acquired by the Remington Arms Co., which is owned by The Freedom Group. That group has bought other firearms companies over the past several years as well.

How old is a Marlin Model 60?

Marlin Model 60
In service 1960–present
Production history
Designer N/A
Designed 1960