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The Marlin 39 Club

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Membership in this club is open to any one - owner or not - who has an interest in any model 39: , 39AS, mountie... The 39 D was a carbine version of the 39A. I have been shooting, handloading for, and hunting with the. Seems they have always had problems with fit and finish, though the older ones are better.

If it has only a three digit SN, with no letter prefix, your rifle is most likely either a very early ca. The tables below list only the Springfield Armory and the Winchester Repeating Arms Company serial numbers.

The Marlin 39 Club - A Brief History of Marlin Rifles and the 1889 Model.

Yesterday, I found several web sites with forums such as this one dating back to 2007, concerning the Marlin 39A. I was checking out the better conditioned guns. They had serial numbers such as S, V and others. If memory serves me right, I think I also read something about a lot of discrepancies with the Marlin serial numbers, but it could have been the Browning and admittedly I am not knowledgeable with the terminology and could be way off base. Can you tell me what all the other letters mean? The ones near the manufacturing? The other styles had different serial numbers. The serial number is not on the barrel just the style numbers and letters. The old model had no letter in the serial number. I just did a double check and found some info. Post up close pictures of the ser. Mike If you blow up the picture number 7B43195C-548B-4D4A you can see that the top of the curve in the letter starts to curve in and the bottom was not punched hard enough to make a mark. It is a letter B. A D would not have such a long straight line on the bottom. I could be wrong but ALL the info. I looked up says I am not. Mike I understand what you are saying. It is a letter B. A D would not have such a long straight line on the bottom. I could be wrong but ALL the info. I looked up says I am not. Mike I understand what you are saying. I am sorry if you do not agree but what I have said is the way it is. If your gun was made in 1947 it would be a early model and would not have ANY letter. Mike I am down loading the page in the book and will post it look under 39A. The list that you are looking at was downloaded off of the mng. I am sorry if you do not agree but what I have said is the way it is. If your gun was made in 1947 it would be a early model and would not have ANY letter. Mike I am down loading the book and will post it. I am not saying I disagree, I am saying that I want to learn. However, I am going to admit I do not see the B. With that said, I do trust what you are saying as I know ZERO about this stuff. Kristi Marlin Numbers are somewhat unreliable. The earliest guns had an S prefix and are worth a premium. The above list does not mention that. I recently bought several 39s in better condition at a local auction for 300 to 350 dollars. The Golden model 39A started life as the Marlin model 1891, the first lever action rifle ever chambered in. The tubular magazine was changed to front-loading with the model 1892. The 1892 gave way to the takedown model 1897, which became the model 39 in 1921 and model 39A in 1937. The Golden model 39A Mountie was introduced in 1954. The 39 was produced until 1983 when the current Golden 39A with the cross bolt safety was introduced. Changes between models were so minimal the rifle is considered to have been continually produced to the same basic specifications for over 110 years. I am sorry if you do not agree but what I have said is the way it is. If your gun was made in 1947 it would be a early model and would not have ANY letter. Mike I am down loading the book and will post it. Now to make some sense of this. The exact year of production does not really make a difference in value unless it is an S marked gun. The does not appear to be refinished and was made before 1954. The value could be as high as 500 and may be less as I stated before. The condition is not good. It was not well cared for over the years. Marlin 39s are good rifles and cleaned up this gun may be a good shooter depending on the function of the gun. Here is a good site with 39 history. Now to make some sense of this. The exact year of production does not really make a difference in value unless it is an S marked gun. The does not appear to be refinished and was made before 1954. The value could be as high as 500 and may be less as I stated before. The condition is not good. It was not well cared for over the years. Marlin 39s are good rifles and cleaned up this gun may be a good shooter depending on the function of the gun. I agree with you on this one. This one was beat to hell and back but I am Interested in possible cleaning it up some to save for my son. However, if restoring it costs more than the actual value I may Not. Just a lot to consider. With the character scratches it definitely adds more sentimental value. Thank you again for your help. Join us to discuss firearms of all kinds, gun accessories, legal issues and more. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. We work hard to bring the best Firearms Forum has to offer! Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets!
We were lobbing them in at the 100 yrd berm and having a ball. Henry is run by a gun guy. It still put 10 rounds into an inch at 50 yards, when I do my part. Below are dating marlin 39a to a few THR threads that I've either read, participated in, or put up too that helped me form an opinion of the 39A, and that may provide some fodder for discussion. Export them in package deals for the overseas importers. I found the ratchet in the dirt, but the pin that it swivels on vanished into the ether. There are many glad serial number lines that we know guns were made, but not recorded. It has had sling studs added, but the job was done, well.

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