My humble collection

Discussion in 'Marlin Rimfires' started by MattNH, Dec 28, 2017.

  1. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    Marlin 100 from 1935
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    Marlin 80G from 1960
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    Glenfield 25 from 1978
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    Glenfield 25 from 1982
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    Marlin 56 from 1955 (no serial number)
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    Marlin 56 from 1955 (with serial number)
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    Marlin 39A from 1979
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    Glenfield 60 from 1980
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    Marlin 60 from 1984
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    Marlin 60 from 1985
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    Marlin 99M1 from 1967
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    Marlin 99M1 from 1969
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    Marlin 995 from 1985
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    Marlin 70 from 1983
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    Marlin 70 from 1990
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    Marlin 70HC from 1994
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    Marlin 60 converted to 70 from 1983
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    Marlin 60 converted to 70 from 1989
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    Marlin 60SB converted to 70 from 1998
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  2. Tony1978

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    Matt you have a very nice collection of Marlins there, looking at one of the semi-auto .22 I think it's a model 60 you have it listed as a 1984 year, but I see a bolt release in front of the trigger guard. I thought the last round hold open was not introduced until 1985. Is that possibly a late year 1984 release or I'm I just mistaken on the year's ?

    I've been keeping my eye out for a mid-80's Marlin model 60 with the bolt release for last round open bolt,and the 18 rd tube magazine. I was kind of curious on price range for such a gun, you have any idea ?

    Tony
     
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  3. MattNH

    MattNH Well-Known Member

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    The late model 60s in 1984 had the LSHO (last shot hold open) and then full time in 1985. the early 1989 models still had the long mag tube and the later 1989s has the NJ mandated shortened mag tube. So 85-88 will have LSHO and long mag tube, some 84s and 89s will have both. I paid anywhere between $75 and $125 for my Model 60s from basket cases to pretty pristine condition. If someone wants over $125 for a Model 60 or 70 Marlin I politely decline.
     
  4. Tony1978

    Tony1978 Member

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    Thanks Matt for the information,that helps for what I'll keep my eye open for.

    Tony