I recently purchased a Glenfield model 30. The price was right, but more important, when I picked it up, the rifle just felt "right". Who ever owned this rifle before me must have really loved it. It is in very good shape. I brought it to the range and it works very well. My question is though, how do I determine it's age? Is there a sight for this or should I contact Marlin?
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