What year was the Marlin Model 80 made?

What year was the Marlin Model 80 made?

The Model 80 was first introduced in 1941. From the description of your rifle, it was made sometime between 1960 and when you purchased it in 1967. The Model 80 was then made up to 1971.

Is Marlin Firearms company going out of business?

Marlin Firearms is not “closing business”. Any reports to the contrary are inaccurate. Marlin Firearms sells accurate, functional lever action and rimfire rifles and has no plans to stop doing so in the future.

When did the Marlin 80 DL come out?

Marlin made the Model 80DL beginning in 1941 ending in 1964. This rifle is designed to shoot .22 Short, Long & Long Rifles cartridges and has a 7 round detachable magazine. The DL’s of any bolt action Marlin rifle came equipped with a peep sight and sling swivels.

How big is the barrel on a Marlin 80?

The Marlin Model 80 rimfire rifle was produced by the Marlin Firearms Company, North Haven, Connecticut, from 1934 to 1971. The Model 80 was chambered in .22 LR, held 8 rounds in its box magazine, had a 24-inch barrel, was 43 inches in overall length, and weighed 6.5 pounds.

Where are the disassembly instructions for a Marlin Model 80?

Disassembly/assembly instructions for the Marlin Model 80 are located on page 216 of The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly Part III: Rimfire Rifles Revised Edition by J. B. Wood (Copyright 1980 & 1994). The instructions illustrated in the article referenced above also cover the Marlin Model 80C, 80 DL, 80 E, 80G guns.

Who are the manufacturers of Marlin semi automatic rifles?

Marlin Firearms. Marlin Firearms Co., formerly of North Haven, Connecticut, is a manufacturer of semi-automatic, lever-action and bolt-action rifles. In the past, the company made shotguns, derringers and revolvers. Marlin owned the firearm manufacturer H&R Firearms. In 2007, Remington Arms, part of the Remington Outdoor Company,…