Table of Contents
- 1 When was my Marlin Model 39A made?
- 2 When did the Marlin Model 1895 come out with serial numbers?
- 3 Is there a date code for Marlin 22’S?
- 4 What year is my Marlins model number?
- 5 How do you date a Marlin Model 1895?
- 6 How do you determine the year of manufacture of a Marlin?
- 7 Where is the serial number on a Marlin Glenfield?
- 8 When did the Marlin Golden 39A Mountie come out?
- 9 What year was my Marlin Model 336 made?
- 10 Why doesn’t Marlin use an I in their rifle serial numbers?
When was my Marlin Model 39A made?
For example a Marlin model 39A with a serial number of N12478 would have been made in 1955 while a 1894 in 44 magnum with a serial number of 25105098, would have equated to 1975
When did the Marlin Model 1895 come out with serial numbers?
You apparently have a new Marlin Model 1895 that was manufactured in 1973. The early Model 1895’s had the “B” serial number prefix up to 1977, when they went to the other system of serializing where you subtract the first two digits from 100.
Is there a date code for Marlin 22’S?
Frankm there is a two letter code for month and year on 22’s from 60-68 I do not know if it was on any other years, scroll down at the link below and you will find the list. There is a much more complete information on dating a Marlin here at Marlinowners.com in the reference section.
What year is my Marlins model number?
All Marlins manufactured from 1969 to 1990: The first two digits of the serial number designate the year of manufacture, either as the last two digits of the year (in 1969-71) or as a number code (1971 and later)..
How do you date a Marlin Model 1895?
The modern Marlin was introduced in and that year they had a B0 dating zero firearms number prefix. Subsequently, the first two firearms of the serial numbers designates 1895 year of manufacture. Up to subtract the first two digits from to get the year of manufacture and after subtract the first two digits from to get the year dating manufacture.
How do you determine the year of manufacture of a Marlin?
When Marlin developed this serial number system, they used the current year, subtracted from 100 to determine year of manufacture. This was done because from 1969 to 1972, Marlin used the the last two digits of the year as the serial number prefix.
Where is the serial number on a Marlin Glenfield?
My serial number is behind the hammer right where the stock joins the gun. JM is the Marlin trademark. The Glenfield model is the same as any rifle Marlin numbers 1895 made for a chain store, used hard wood instead of Walnut and may have had different sights.
When did the Marlin Golden 39A Mountie come out?
Marlin’s Golden 39A Mountie was made from 1953 to 1972 and embodies the “classic” lever-action look. When I went through my lever-action phase decades ago, I picked up a Marlin Golden 39A Mountie so I could shoot a lot with .22 Rimfire ammunition.
What year was my Marlin Model 336 made?
Marlin Model 336 and Models 39-A and 39-M manufactured from 1948 to 1968: A one or two letter code was used to designate the year of manufacture. A two letter code was used to designate month and year of manufacture.
Why doesn’t Marlin use an I in their rifle serial numbers?
During the time that Marlin used a letter (s) prefix to identify the year the rifle was made (1940 – 1968) they purposely did not use letters that could be mistaken for numbers such as I, O or Q. Hope this helps Thanks Tom. I thought I must be seeing things, and I thought that Marlin would not use an “I” for obvious reasons of mistaken identities.