What are the extractors on a Marlin rimfire rifle?
Marlin Lever Action Rimfire Rifle: Extractors & Ejectors There were basically 5 different lever action rimfire rifles, as far as extractors are concerned. All derived from the earliest which was the model 1891. The 1891 was improved to become the 1892, and then again as a take-down to become the 1897.
When did the Marlin 97 extractor come out?
The 92 and the 97 were both made until production stopped in 1915 & 1916 respectively. In 1913 the 39 came out, and it appears that there could have been some overlap of extractors between the late 97 and the early 39. In 1939 the 39A came onto the scene. Extractors:
When did Marlin stop making lever action rifles?
In 1905, the 18’s was dropped to allow the 1892 become the 92 & the 1897 became the 97. The 92 and the 97 were both made until production stopped in 1915 & 1916 respectively.
What kind of extractor does a Marlin 39A use?
Extractors: As noted above depending on the year & possibly the model of your firearm, the extractors may be different. 3 different extractors were used in the 39A, depending on the vintage of the gun. The # A39A26/27 was used from 1913 to 1957, the # A39A-27 was used from 1957 to 1972.
Are there replacement parts for the Marlin 1892?
This product is no longer available, however 1048330 can be used as a replacement part. Shipment prohibited outside USA. Shipment prohibited outside USA. Shipment prohibited outside USA. This product is no longer available, however 407370H can be used as a replacement part.
Where can I buy Marlin 22LR trigger parts?
Trigger parts for many different Marlin .22 LR are on sale on eBay at reasonable prices. You can buy them new or used for the Model 20, Model 25, Model 49, Model 60, Model 70, Model 65, and the Model 88, to name a few. Most of the affordable trigger parts for sale are used but in good condition. You can purchase many of them separately or together.