What model is the Marlin 444?
This gun is part of Marlin’s Model 1895 (Big Bore) Collection. The 444 has a Ballard rifled 22” barrel, a 1:20” twist rate and a 40.5” overall length.
How much is a Marlin 444 lever action worth?
What is a 444 rifle Worth? A 444 rifle is currently worth an average price of $1,609.78 new and $1,186.92 used . The 12 month average price is $1,609.78 new and $1,010.70 used.
Who makes a 444 Marlin rifle?
|Bullet diameter||.429 in (10.9 mm)|
|Neck diameter||.453 in (11.5 mm)|
Does a 444 Marlin kick?
444 kicks more than the . 45-70 but some folks on here says it’s the opposite. I just like the idea of using a levergun on larger game and think the . 444 looks a little better trajectory wise than the .
When was the 444 Marlin lever gun made?
On the other hand, since the .444 Marlin was originally chambered in a modern rifle, the pressure standard for the modern cartridge was set at 44,000 C.U.P. Marlin introduced a .45-70 lever gun based on this very same rifle in 1972. This rifle was given the name of their original .45-70 lever gun which was discontinued in 1915, the Model 1895.
What’s the serial number for a Marlin 44 Magnum?
Firearm serial numbers were date coded by a prefix within the s/n, as signified below. 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
What was the serial number for the Marlin 1895?
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. The JM you mention is the proof mark applied to all Marlin rifles.
Is the.444 Marlin a good hunting rifle?
Sales of the .444 are now overshadowed by .45-70 cartridge which has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity due to interest in cowboy action shooting. This quick action and powerful stopping power has been shown to be an efficient and useful hunting rifle for experienced shooters.