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Pictured below is my Marlin Model 80C bolt action rifle with a seven round clip chambered for .22 short, long, and long rifle. It was manufactured in the mid to late 50's... and is a Glenfield model. This rifle has no serial number since it was made long before the Gun Control Act of 1968...which made all American firearms manufacturers start to use serial numbers as identifying marks after the law passed.

 

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Nice 45-70 dutchs. I've been keeping an eye out for a Marlin lever gun in .45 Colt to match my revolvers. I sure like the looks of them.
 

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Model 99 M1 with tube magazine. This is one of the VERY few guns I would never sell (short of my kids starving). It was my dad's squirrel hunting gun and he gave it to me.
 

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Being we all like pic's of our Marlins here's two of mine.
1952 Marln DL81 A neighbor gave me, and I rebuilt the bullet pick up action with the help of Numrich gun parts. Very sweet old shooter.
Tartan Dress shirt Textile Sleeve Plaid

1981 Marlin 336 30/30 aquired in the trade. One of my never trade or sell rifles.
Camouflage Cap Smile Military camouflage Baseball
 

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