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.
Are there replacement parts for the Marlin Mag?
This is an original factory replacement part from Marlin. Factory replacement parts are manufactured to the exact same specifications and tolerances and use the same manufacturing materials as the original parts. Parts fit modern production firearms, earlier production guns may require fitting.
When does marlin do a special run for Sears?
Of course there are variations jh… when Marlin does a special run for Sears or whoever, the run is determined by the buyer. It could be as simple as the Sears logo or lack of peep sights / swivels…or it could be like Lew Horton and the S&W line of revolvers…
What kind of magazines do you use for a rifle?
ProMag 7.65 x 54 R 10-Round Polymer Magazine ProMag Mossberg® 702 Plinkster™ .22 LR 10-Round Magazine Magpul PMAG 5 7.62 AC AICS Short Action 7.62 x 51mm NATO Magazine Springfield Armory M1A .308 Win/7.62 NATO 5-Round Flush Sporter Magazine Ruger SR-556 AR-15 .233 Remington/5.56 NATO 5-Round Magazine
What kind of barrel does a model 80 Marlin have?
The barrel is marked “Model 80 – Micro-Groove Barrel”. The receiver is grooved for scope mount and also is drilled and tapped for a peep sight but there was not any peep mounted. The rear sight is stamped sheet metal and the front has a gold bead.
When did Marlin stop serializing.22 caliber rifles?
The Micro-Groove rifling was used on all Marlin .22 caliber rifles after 1954 as you stated. Marlin did not serialize many of their less expensive rifles prior to 1968 as it was not required. After passage of the Gun Control Act of 1968, all firearms were required to have serial numbers and records maintained.
What kind of sight does a model 80dl have?
My Model 80DL is an earlier model, no scope grooves (makes it pre-mid-fifties) and has a heftier ‘adult-sized’ stock. I have mine set up with a Lyman peep rear sight and a globe front sight – a “poor man’s target rifle”, hehehe.
When was the Marlin Repeating Rifle first made?
In 1875, Marlin added rifles to his product offerings, manufacturing the single-shot Ballard rifles (which had previously been made by others). A strategic business move was made in 1881, when Marlin introduced the Model 1881 lever-action repeating rifle.
When did John Mahlon Marlin start making guns?
Established by John Mahlon Marlin in 1863. Marlin manufactured pistols until 1875, when he began production of Ballard rifles. In 1881, he made his first lever-action repeating rifle for which his company became famous.
When did marlin start using Microgroove rifling for rifles?
The results of this testing convinced the Marlin engineers that Microgroove rifling was indeed suitable for high-velocity centerfire rifles and in early 1956 Marlin announced that all of their high-powered rifles would henceforth be equipped with Microgroove rifling.
What kind of magazine does Marlin Model 80 rimfire rifle have?
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What kind of striker does a Marlin Model 80 use?
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What kind of stock do I need for a Marlin rifle?
If you are in need of a new rifle or shotgun stock, choose Marlin. MGW carries a many stocks from Marlin to fit nearly any model of rifle and shotgun that Marlin offers.