MARLIN Firearms

Discussion in 'General Firearm Forum' started by SHOOTER13, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Pictured below is my favorte Marlin rimfire rifle...a Model 80C bolt action that is dated circa 1960.

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    She is chambered for .22 short / long / long rifle...and is "clip" fed.

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  2. Pancho_Villa

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    Nice old Marlin SHOOTER!!!!

    Got a similar one, Model 81DL in .22 S, L, LR. cal. Wife's grandfather got it in a swap for a tank of gas when he owned a service station back in the early 60s. It was passed on to my F in law in the mid 80s when theold guy dies. It is now officially ours as the F in law passed on last month. No one else wanted it. It has been through alot. Wife's grandfather killed everythng from gophers to deer out here on the old rancho with it. It was up to the grip in flood waters from hurricane Buelah in 1967. It has had a new buttplate fitted, swelled stock broke the other one. Also a new magazine rod cause the other one was lost in the 90s. Scope is a 2.5X Weaver. Scope is knda dark,but the gun is still deadly accurate.

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    My Marlin Mod 882SS in .22 mag. 4X Simmons mounted. Known as the "Javenator," it has over 15 kills accredtited to it. The pesky little javelinas are a nuisance around here. They fight with the dogs and cut them up with their tusks

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  3. SHOOTER13

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    Marlin Glenfield Model 60

    My newest addition...a Glenfield Model 60 .22 long rifle semi-auto with an under barrel 17 round tubular magazine manufactured between 1966 and 1982...in almost pristine condition. It's topped off with a vintage K-Mart 4x15 scope that will be replaced with something a little easier to see through...


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  4. Pancho_Villa

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    D@mn, that is an old one. It has the squirrel munching food on the grip. Most of those I see are pretty beat up. That one is really in perfect shape.
     
  5. SHOOTER13

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    Thanks Pancho....I've dated it to 1980.
     
  6. Ajole

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    That's a gorgeous Glenfield. My squirrel stocked model is a true beater.

    How about a 1977 781?

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    My Wall of Marlins. Couple of 60's, a 25N, 781 and 881, and a 39a

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  7. Warhawk

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    Here is my old model 70. The rifle has been claimed by my youngest son as his,

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  8. SHOOTER13

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    Very nice specimens gentlemen...thanks for sharing !!